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Silver Lake Regional High School Library
Silver Lake Regional High School
Kingston, MA 02364
Before the colonists came
to Plymouth, the Pequot
Indians used the "ibimi"
or "bitter berry" as medi-
cine, food and as a symbol
of peace between the vari-
ous tribes .. . When the
Pilgrims arrived, the In-
dians made gifts of the
cranberries to them
The Pilgrim women cooked
the berries in water and
sweetenings and thus made
the first batch of cranberry
sauce . Soon after the
berries' introduction to
Europe on clipf)er ships,
there was great demand for
leir exportation . . . This
lemand resulted in greater
concenfnifion on cultiva-
tion A particular
method of cultivation, de-
veloped by Henry Hall,
Cape Cod and Silver
Lake districts ... As the
towns in the region grew
in population and demand
for more berries and berry
products increased, so did
the cranberry bogs.
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BUILDING STAFF 17
For his giving freely of his leisure time in order to aid all who ask him for
help; for his devoting of all his talents to his students at any and every moment;
the Senior Class dedicates the 1965 TORCH to Mr. Robert J. Coakley.
Mr. Coakley graduated from Archbishop Williams High School in 1953 and
then ". . . surprised myself more than anyone else by studying to become a
teacher." In 1958, he received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from
the State College at Boston, where he is now doing graduate work.
After practice teaching in the city, Mr. Coakley came to Silver Lake. He prefers
the relaxed atmosphere of the country, where emphasis is placed on the individual
student, to the impersonal tension of the city.
In addition to teaching various sci-
ences, Mr. Coakley acted as director
of the Science Fair and coach of the
Freshman baseball team for three
years. Ever since coming to Silver
Lake, he has served as advisor to the
Junior Class and has greatly contrib-
uted to the success of the past five
As for future plans, Mr. Coakley wants to remain in the
classroom rather than join the administrative branch of edu-
cation. The one stimulus that might induce him to temporarily
depart from his vocation would be, as he says, "the first com-
mercial passenger flight to the moon."
The Administration is the most important body at Silver Lake Regional High
School. Part of its function is to provide courses and services that will guide the
student as he goes forth, a Silver Lake graduate.
The curriculm offered is aimed at developing all levels of student aptitudes,
needs, and interests. This includes not only the college bound student but also
those who will terminate their formal education with graduation from high
Along with the school committee, the Administration keeps the school run-
ning smoothly and efficiently.
MR. FRANCIS MORAN
MR. ARTHUR SILVESTER
MR. ARTHUR HAND
The purpose of the Guidance Department is to aid the student in personal
relationships and problems, as well as in the areas of vocation and education. This
year, in the latter two fields, Freshmen and Sophomores were given a series of
tests to help them understand their capabilities and to check their specific areas of
interest. Juniors and Seniors were provided with information that enabled them to
decide on their future occupational or further educational plans.
Silver Lake has teachers who stress not only academic subjects, but also those
of a non-academic nature. These subjects combine to produce a student well-
schooled in all the areas justifiably deemed important by society. Mr. Curran
teaches the special classes. Mrs. Peterson, the school nurse, does her best to re-
lieve our various aches and pains. Culturally, our Art teachers, Mrs. Johnston and
Mr. Semple; and our Music teachers, Mr. Wallace and Mr. Lincoln; help to
stimulate our interest and to develop our abilities in their respective fields. Our
Physical Education instructors, Mr. Girouard, Mr. Montosi, Mr. Pierce, Miss Wo-
lejko, and Mrs. Stratton coach us in the rules of various sports and help us to de-
velop team spirit and co-operation.
MR. PAUL CURRAN
MR. JOHN SEMPLE
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MR. JOHN MONTOSI
MR. HARDIE PIERCE
Language is the bridge to span the "gulf
of generations," and a great responsibility
reposes in any classroom where words are
spoken, ideas expressed, or symbols clarified.
Man needs desperately to reach young people
and to imbue them with a love for language
and a determination to find their individual-
ity within the words they write or speak. Our
young people must feel at home in their na-
tive tongue before they can sit at the peace
tables of the future or plot the pathway to
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MR. JOHN McGORMICK MR. JOHN SMITH, JR.
MRS. MARY CHERRY MR. WALLACE WEEKS
MRS. ANNA HILL
MR. SAMUEL KEITH MRS. FRANCES LEACH MISS JANICE MARGESON
MISS PATRICIA GOLDMANN MISS SARA O'NEIL
MRS. BEATRICE SPRAGUE
MRS. MARION JOYCE
MISS BARBARA MALLONEE
This year, more emphasis than ever has been placed
upon current world history. Its position in the curriculum
has been increased because of the recognition the United
States has given to the new nationalist governments that
have developed in many countries of the world. Comment-
ing on the necessity of studying history, late President
Hoover said, "We must study history in order to avoid
Roger Bacon once said, "Mathematics is the gate and
key to all the sciences." This is quite true as most of our
progress in science depends upon mathematical calcula-
tions. Science, however, is only one field that requires a
knowledge of mathematics. In the professions, in industry,
in business, in the arts, and in the home, some knowledge
of figures and figuring is needed. When a student fulfills
a mathematics requirement, he acquires a necessary tool
for successful living.
MR. A. DONALD
FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND COMMERCIAL
The aim of all the foreign language courses here
at Silver Lake is to stress the four essentials of lan-
guage and to insure the proficiency of the student
in reading, writing, speaking and listening with com-
prehension. This study also provides the pupils with
an interesting background of the foreign literature
and culture. If the students maintain good grades,
they are able to go on field trips, such as the one
the French students took to Boston last October.
The major objective of the Commercial Depart-
ment is to train students for occupational compe-
tence in office, sales and managerial positions, as
well as to develop the understanding and skills that
are basic to intelligent living in our modern econ-
omy. The Office Practice at Silver Lake helps the
Senior student apply what he has learned and ob-
tain experience in business administration.
MRS. MILDRED DELAPA MISS ANN FINGERMAN MISS HILDEGARDE GILLIS MRS. OLIVE HASSON
MRS. SUSAN LEIGHTON MR. WINSLOW WEEKS MRS. CATHERINE BREEN
MRS. ANNA CHIROS
MRS. EMILY NICKERSON MR. MICHAEL SPINELLI
MR. DAVID CRONIN
MRS. ELINOR CHURCHILL
DEAN OF GIRLS
The Science Department at Silver
Lake provides students with the back-
ground necessary to meet the chal-
lenges of the ever increasing role of
science in everyday life. Our courses
are constantly expanding to keep
pace with modem scientific advance-
This year has seen great moderni-
zation in the study of Chemistry. An
entirely new approach to its study is
being employed, and a course for fu-
ture nurses has been added. This
year, as before, Advance Placement
Science Seminar is being ofTered to
Seniors. Earth Science is now avail-
able to Business and General, as well
as to College Course students. The
fine teachers and high standards of
this department will continue to pro-
duce students capable of competing
in a world dependent upon science.
MR. CLARENCE HEUFELDER MR. WILLIAM MARKEE MRS. JEAN McCULLOCH
MISS HELEN O'BRIEN
MR. ROBERT COAKLEY MR. EDWARD DAUNHEIMER
ATOMIC ORBITAL CHART
MR. DONALD ATWOOD MRS. PATRICIA McNEIL
MR. WILLIAM CLOUGHERTY / /ii
Vocational training provides
the student, who ordinarily
wouldn't go on to higher educa-
tion, with a trade. There are ag-
ricultural, carpentry, and auto-
motive courses. There is also a
course in home management for
girls. Many special projects have
been undertaken this year. Two
of these are the construction of
the football grandstands and the
administration building, which
are being built by the carpentry
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Mrs. Barbara Cote, Mrs. Jacqueline Deam, Mrs. Carol
Pinkham, Mrs. Mary Post, Miss Carol Tarantino, Mrs.
Frances Woodworth; Interns: Mr. Paul McAulifFe, Mr.
Mrs. Phyllis Fest (Supervisor), Mrs. Mabel Arruda, Mrs.
Josephine DiMario, Mrs. Virginia Eldridge, Mrs. Hazel
Holzworth, Mrs. Dorothy Lane, Mrs. Nellie Malaguti,
Mrs. Kathleen O'Neil, Mrs. Olga Roncarati, Mrs. Helena
Mr. John Jordan (Head), Mr. Richard Driscoll, Mr.
Antonio Fortini, Mr. Joseph Maglathlin, Mr. Henry
Malone, Mr. Santa Rossi, Mr. Anthony St. Pierre, Mr.
Ronald Tangley, Mrs. Agnes Maurer (Matron).
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Fellowship . . . Laughter
. . . Food . . . Activity . . .
Cars . . . Dates . . . Parties
. . . Pictures . . . Reception
. . . Graduation
Biggest class ever to grad-
uate — and of you ask any
Senior you'll find it's the
MR. QUINLAN, CLASS ADVISOR
. Who can ever forget the wonderful years we had at
Silver Lake? It seems only yesterday we were that awkward group
entering the seventh grade of 1959. At our first assembly with
words of encouragement by Mr. Silvester, we discovered that half
of us would be attending the "Silver Lake Annex," the former
Kingston High School. Day by day we parted on our way to
classes. The lucky few who attended the "Annex" will never forget
the extra holidays they had because the heating system did not al-
ways work! Though miles separated our learning, our class spirit
brought us together for special activities. We acted as one through
the Student Council and put on dances at Silver Lake and the
. . . Upon entering the eighth grade, our class at last was working
together academically and socially. It was a year of decisions as
we looked forward to high school. We had to choose our courses
and subjects, many of which would be quite new to the curric-
ulum we had been used to.
... In 1961 we became the "green" Freshman. Immediately our
class was caught up in the spirit of Silver Lake. Two Freshman,
Christopher Binns and George Burrows, won varsity letters on the
Cross-Country team. Margaret Brennan was chosen co-captain of
the newly organized drill team. In football, basketball, and base-
ball, we made outstanding contributions to make their seasons
quite successful. Many represented Silver Lake at the Music Festi-
val. At the regional Drama Festival, Lydia Weston won an acting
award. Our Freshman dance, "Swing Into Spring" was a great
success. Officers leading us were: John Lyons, President; Margaret
Brennan, Vice President; Susan Darsch, Secretary; Cynthia Hen-
rich, Treasurer; and Nancy Fitzgerald, Historian.
... As Sophomores we kept up the brisk pace started as Fresh-
men. We sold class pins, which added much revenue to our ever
growing treasury. Several of our boys were elected to the varsity
football and basketball teams and several of our girls cheered
them to victory on the Cheerleading squad. Our social for the
year was "Walk Right In." In the Spring we ordered our class
rings, symbols of membership in the class. Officers for this year
were: Christopher Binns, President; Margaret Brennan, Vice Presi-
dent; Susan Darsch, Secretary; Cynthia Henrich, Treasurer; and
Deborah Hollman, Historian.
... In 1963 we became the "big" Juniors. Margaret Brennan was
chosen queen of the "Homecoming" dance. Early in the year we
began to plan our Junior Prom, the big event of the year. A beau-
tiful pagoda highlighted the decorations of our "Oriental Twi-
light." Terri Coffin was chosen queen with her court: Shirley
Wise, Elaine Nicholson, Lydia Weston, Cynthia Elwell, Deborah
Hollman, and Susan Darsch. As the year rolled to a close, antici-
pation of the excitement of our Senior year began to mount. Class
officers leading us were: Christopher Binns, President; Margaret
Brennan, Vice President; Susan Darsch, Secretary; James Benotti,
Treasurer; and Deborah Cellar, Historian.
... At last we were Seniors — and as full of "senioritis" as any
class could be! This year's officers remained the same as the last.
Our football squad accomplished THE MIRACLE; we defeated
Plymouth-Carver. Margaret Brennan was chosen queen of the
F.F.A. Harvest Ball. The Senior Class Play, "Arsenic and Old
Lace," was our biggest success. Besides selling more tickets than
any previous class, we presented a play that was enjoyed immense-
ly by the audience. Excellent performances by the entire cast and
hard work by the back stage hands combined to make this the hit
of the year. Climaxing the year was Senior Week — the banquet,
awards night, class day, and the reception. With the advent of
graduation, we ended our high school career and stood anxiously, a
little doubtfully, on the threshold of life.
MRS. NATHANSON, CLASS ADVISOR
Peggy . . . Did I get any mail
today? . . . field hockey, tennis
. . . sewing, reading . . . Kings-
ton . . . Debbie, Nancy, Cindy,
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Susan . . . Are you serious? . . .
field hockey . . . playing the pi-
ano ... to be a nurse . . .
Mary & Deb . . . U.S. History.
JAMES ALFRED BENOTTI
"Tookey" . . . football . . . par-
ties . . . Elaine . . . engineering
•. . . Paul, Phil, Charlie.
DEBORAH ANN GEILEAR
Debbie . . . Are you kidding?
. . . 271 Main St., Kingston
. . . Cheering . . . Kenny Davis
. . . Joanne, Nancy, Peg, Elaine,
Sherry . . . work.
Billy . . . "Watch it!' . . . hair
styling . . . Boston . . . swim-
ming . . . travel.
LOUISE ANN ADELCHI
Louise . . . "Oh, I hate you!"
. . . the uniform . . . travel . . .
Lady . . . Sting Rays ... pi-
Bernie . . . Jay's . . . Ford
mechanic . . . basketball . . .
Little Tony . . . Chevies.
Rick . . . "You moron!"
Hosea's . . . basketball
dancing . . . electrician.
LEE PAUL ALFIERI
Lee . . . basketball . . . girls
... his cellar . . . Foreign Serv-
ice .. . Pete.
Barb . . . Hanson . . . drag rac-
ing . . . Kathy . . . Rockland
Billy . . . Rice's . . . basketball
. . . chemist . . . girls . . . Pete
. . . homework!!!
PETER NARDO ANTI
Pete . . . "She's nice!" . . .
Pete's Drive-In . . . baseball
. . . firecrackers . . . spinach.
Mary . . . "Unbelievable!" . . .
Kathy . . . softball . . . cooking
. . . nursing.
LINDA MAY ANGIE
Angie . . . "Can you take con-
structive criticism?" . . . Tassy's
. . . Pam . . . TD's . . . third
Take a break . . . Duxbury . . .
football . . . Bird . . . hairdres-
JAMES ANDREW ARABIE
Jimmy . . . "What's the story?"
. . . football . . . Burger King
. . . Paul.
ALICE GRACE BARNABY
Al . . . "Pretty please?" . . .
Duxbury . . . horses . . . ballet
. . . medical technologist . . .
JOHN SANFORD BARNES
Barney . . . "All's well that
ends well .... Rex . . . tennis
hot rods ... to travel.
CHARLES ROY BARNETT
Chuck . . . "Sugar" . . .
Cobbett's . . . cars . . . football
. . . Stu.
Ned . . . "Let's go to the square
this weekend." . . . Harvard
Square . . . psychologist . . .
Kenn . . . track.
Jackie . . . "I'm bored!" . . .
knitting . . . sewing . . . secre-
taries .... Mary Ann.
SHEILA ANN BEAN
Beanie . . "Yup!" . . . Lee's
. . . Gold Coast . . . hates
SHARON ANNE BELAND
Little One . . . "Oh, no!" . . .
football . . . Whitman . . . Car-
STEVEN FRANCIS WOOD
Woody . . . Plymouth . . . bas-
ketball . . . working on my car.
TERRI LEE BENNETT
Terri . . . basketball . . . hair-
dressing . . . Bonnie . . . motor-
VIRGINIA ELLEN BENEA
Ginna . . . Plymouth . . . Ca-
Chris . . . "Of course there's a
meeting tonight!" . . . library
. . . bowling . . . journalist . . .
Pordgy ... "I give up!"
ice skating . . . Jeanette
Dumpa . . . "Why for?" . . .
Plymouth . . . basketball . . .
professional student . . . Mary
LEONARD MAXIM BONNEY
Lenny . . . "Say there" . . .
baseball . . . Ray . . . coin col-
lecting . . . Plymouth.
Kitten . . . "Shut up!" . . .
Rockland . . . dancing . . . Bar-
bara . . . Donnie.
CHERYL ANN BRACKETT
Cheryl . . . "Oh, how gusty!"
. . . Clam Hut . . . football
. . . horses . . . secretary . . .
SANDRA ANN BRUCE
Sandy . . . "Oh, come on now!"
. . . horses . . . fun . . . secre-
tary . . . Carol . . . Lorraine.
SHARON LEAH BRUCE
Sharon . . . "You only live
once" . . . Plymouth . . . travel
. . . Cheryl . . . Carol . . . Lor-
ANN LEE BREIDENTHAL
Annie . . . "Are you for real?"
. . . flirting . . . football . . .
Plymouth . . . Terri, Karen.
JANET ETHEL BUNCE
Jan . . . "You're out of your
trees!" . . . tennis . . . roller
skating . . . music . . . mission-
ary . . . Tammy.
LINDA FAY BURGESS
Bird . . . "You need help!" . . .
basketball . . . skating . . . hair-
dressing . . . Ellie.
J.B. . . . "Duh" . . . Plymouth
. . . basketball . . . collecting
records . . . hairdressing . . .
JAMES AUGUSTUS BURKE
Jim ... "I guess" . . . Mister
Donut . . . football ... art or
drafting school . . . George.
Ironman . . . baseball . . .
sports . . . girls . . . Maritime
Service . . . Jimmy.
JOSEPH JOHN CALISTA
Joe . . . "You fool!" . . . bas-
ketball . . . bowling . . . Pete
PETER CLARKE CAREY
Pete ... in my 1951 Super
Sport ... a good time . . . art
school . . . Roland . . . not be-
PAULA MARIE CARLSON
Carlson ... "I don't know."
. . . 9th Ave. . . . skiing . . .
painting . . . artist . . . Deb.
ALICE MARTHA CASH
Marty . . . ^'Oh no!" . . .
Thompson St., Halifax . . . field
hockey . . . sewing . . . hair-
dressing . . . Howie.
Chet . . . Marshfield Roller
Rink . . . horse shoes . . . weld-
er .. . Marty . . . school lunch-
Greg . . . tennis, ice hockey . . .
chess . . . college . . . fishing
and tropical fish . . . American
Willy . . . Kingston Shell sta-
tion . . . girls and cars. . . busi-
ness manager . . . money . . .
JOHN ALLEN CICERO
Jacky . . . bowling . - . making
models . . . girls . . . IBM opera-
tor . . . Freddy . . . showoffs.
DOROTHY ANN CHILDS
Dottie ... "I kid you not" . . .
Pembroke, Brookline . . . water-
skiing . . . collecting records
. . . secretary . . . Judi, Donna
. . . two-faced people.
RICHARD LEE CICERO
Dick . . . "Remember the Maine"
. . . football . . . making models
. . . work . . . John . . . commer-
Bill . . . Marshfield . . . horse
shoes . . . records . . . Chevies
. . . draftsman . . . Maryann
. . . school lunches.
SHARON ANN CLERKE
Shez . . . "You're all set" . . .
Pembroke . . . football . . .
secretary . . . someone special
. . . Judy . . . homework.
PETER CHRISTIAN COBB
Coby . . . Tassy's . . . basket-
ball . . . swimming . . . driving
. . . school lunches.
Chick ... "I don't believe it"
. . . Whitman . . . Joey's . . .
water-skiing . . . painting . . .
Waves . . . Sandy, Robin.
SHERROLYN ANN COMEE
Sha . . . "You bet your life it
is" . . . Brockton . . . football
. . . dancing . . . nursing . . .
roller skating . . . Linda . . .
homework on weekends!!!
DAVID JOSEPH CORREA
Dave . . . "Oh!" . . . Brant
Rock . . . track . . . girls . . .
Plymouth . . . aircraft mechanic
. . . Jimmy.
JOSEPH RICHARD COSTA
Joe . . . baseball . . . sports
. . . girls . . . college . . . Jun-
Charlie . . . "What did you
say?" . . . Hearthside . . . baseball
. . . Forest Ranger . . . Jerry.
JAMES JOSEPH CRITCH
Jim . . . Sumore's . . . football
. . . girls . . . Paul . . . Cor-
LEO FRANCIS CUSHMAN
Gush . . . basketball . . . cars
. . . Wes's Sub Shop . . .
Jimmy . . . track . . . sports
. . . girls . . . college . . . George.
Howie . . . football . . . Hosea's
. . . Wayne.
Dick . . . "Good-bye!" . . .
baseball . . . skiing . . . Hojo
. . Richie.
FRED MICHAEL DEARING
Fred . . . hockey . . . baseball
. . . cars . . . Toto's . . . Eddie.
Debbe . . . "Be good" . . .
Toto's . . . horses . . . reading
. . . talking . . . secretary . . .
DONALD HAROLD DREW
Donny . . . skiing . . . aquadiv-
ing . . . painting . . . Navy
V.D.T. . . . Art.
KARL OTTO DIETRICH
Karl . . . "Oh, nuts!" .
Plympton . . . football
driving . . . meteorologist .
hunting . . . Mike.
Jim . . . "Them's the breaks"
. . . track . . . cars . . . Rocky
Nook . . . Rich.
WARREN CHARLES ELLIS,
Warren . . . Abington . . .
baseball . . . photography . . .
Corvette. . . pilot.
Wenney . . . "You better be-
lieve it!" . . . drive-in . . . cook-
ing . . . T-Birds . . . Maryellen
Cindy . . . "Because" . . . Ply-
mouth Beach . . . tennis . . .
field hockey . . . college . . .
DONALD JOSEPH ETHIER,
Don . . . "Did you hear the
joke?" . . . commercial artist
. . . gym . . . water skiing.
SHERRY ANN FERRELL
Sherry . . . "You don't like it?"
. . . majorettes . . . green-eyed
blond . . . Debbie, Fitz.
GEORGE ALBION ESTES,
George . . . "Don't that drive
you up a wall?" . . . football
. . . drive-ins . . . dancing . . .
DONNA MARIE FABRI
Donna . . . "Jeepers!"
basketball . . . Plymouth .
Fitzy . . . "Does anyone have
anything to eat?" . . . college
. . . cheerleading . . . folk mu-
sic . . . Charlie.
LORETTA ALICE FLIGHT
Loretta . . . "That's life!" . . .
Woburn . . . football . . . Eu-
rope . . . Linda . . . million
DONALD THEODORE FOGG
Don . . . stables . . . horses . . .
football . . . cars . . . electronic
engineer . . . John.
JOHN RAYMOND FLOOD
Ray . . . "What are we doing
tonight?" . . . Clam Hut . . .
music . . . girls . . . basketball
. . . gym teacher.
RICHARD JOSEPH FONTES
Dick . . . "You might say that!"
. . . Plymouth . . . drawing
. . . basketball . . . electrical
LINDA LOUISE FORBES
Lin . . . Brant Rock . . . base-
ball . . . clothes . . . Lorraine
. . . happy.
BRADLEY KEITH FORD
Brad . . . "Hey, kid! What are
you doing tonight?" . . . Brine's
. . . water skiing . . . money
. . . Ricky.
RICHARD PAUL FORTIER
Dick . . . "Doi" . . . hockey
. track . . . Rocky Nook . . .
Sheil . . . "Oh! I'm shaking!"
. . . Shirley's . . . football . . .
dancing . . . boys . . . success.
BERNICE ANN FREEMAN
Bunny . . . "Hi, kid!" . . .
swimming . . . IBM school . . .
Elaine, Barbara . . . getting up
in the morning!!!
RICHARD DALE GARUTI
Dick . . . "Let's get going." . .
hockey . . . pool . . . Jim.
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LEO ROY GERSTEL
Leo . . . boxing . . . Ricky.
ALLEN DENNIS GILBERT
Al . . . "I can't!" . . . cars . .
football . . . mechanic . .
MAUREEN ANN GILLI
Maureen . . . "Doi!" . . . Ply-
mouth ... '63 Falcon . . . swim-
ming . . . Beach Boys . . . sum-
mer . . . college.
DENNIS JOHN GOODE
Dennis . . . drive-in . . . pool
. . . Navy . . . A.R. Parker's
. . . Liz.
K.K. . . . "Liz, not again!" . . .
field hockey . . . Navy . . .
Kingston Drive-In . . . thinking.
PATRICIA JUNE GRANDI
Pat . . . "Stop picking on me!"
. . . cranberry bogs . . . basket-
ball . . . swimming . . . gym
teacher . . . Linda.
ELIZABETH ANN GOVONI
Liz . . . "Don't sweat the small
stuff!" . . . drive-in . . . T-Birds
. . . gang . . . swimming.
JOHN RICHARD GRANT
John . . . football . . . track
. . . Jack, George.
JANICE ANN GRONBERG
Chauncey . . . "Oh no!" . . .
dancing . . . Bobby . . . Clark's
. . . basketball.
Kathy . . . "Darn it" . . . bas-
ketball . . . collecting stamps
. . . Marietta.
KATHRYN MARY HALL
Kathy . . . "Ohwaa, man!" . .
Leland's . . . basketball . .
swimming . . . secretary . .
Sue . . . school.
CYNTHIA HOLMES GREY
Cynny . . . Plympton Center
. . . writing letters . . . Skip,
Sandy . . . Army . . . Curt.
Jimmy . . . "Don't sweat it."
Mix's . . . baseball . . . Kathy
. . . Tom.
PETER TATNAL HALL
Pete . . . "Essentially" .
Mister Donut . . . tennis .
cars . . . Lee.
Charlie . . . "Yeah" . . . Center
Street ... art ... swimming
. . . music . . . parties . . . Jim,
JAMES NATHAN HANELT
Jim . . . "Good enough for
who it's for" . . . Tassy's . . .
football . . . work . . . cars . . .
Bob . . . Kingston Drive-In . . .
car racing . . . cars . . . Wayne.
JOANNE PATRICIA HANDY
Joanne . . . "You said a naugh-
ty" ... '56 Ford . . . flirt . . .
Phil . . . Debbie, Peg.
LORRAINE JULIA HARRIS
Stretch . . . "You creep" . .
South Boston . . . football . .
boys . . . airline stewardess.
CHARLES RUSSELL HATCH
Rusty . . . football . . . bowling
. . . draftsman . . . John . . .
BRENDA GAYLE HAWKINS
Gavie . Maiden Square
wrestling . . . dancing . . . hair-
dresser . . . Janet, Kathy.
JUDITH ANN HENRICH
Judi . . . Donut Shop . . . soft-
ball . . . drawing, painting . . .
folk mi"'ic . . . Dottie, Donna.
SUSAN BRYANT HOLDEN
Fred . . . "Forget it" . . . West
Dennis . . . basketball . . .
goofing around . . . Chris, Judy.
MARY LOU ANNE HEATH
Skitz . . . "That's life." . . .
Plymouth . . . basketball . . .
records . . . hairdresser . . . Ru-
DANA ALLEN HIRD
Dana . . . "You do it, I'm
tired" . . . Plymouth . . . bas-
ketball . . . working . . . Lois.
Debbie . . . "Oh, Christmas."
. . . basketball . . . writing let-
ters . . . Ray . . . Latecomers!!!
CAROL ANN HOLMES
Carol . . . "Oh, heck!" .
Clam Hut . . . driving .
secretary . . . Bunny.
Phil . . . Benotti's cellar . . .
"Did you hear about the new
cereal?" . . . Jim, Charlie, Paul
. . . school . . . parties . . . eat-
ing . . . football.
Helen . . . "There I said it
again." . . . basketball . . .
music . . . art . . . Boston . . .
ETHEL LOUISE HOLMES
Gretch . . . "Get out of my
life!" . . . fun . . . parties . . .
Hyannis . . . Boston . . . Jill,
JOHN MacNEIL HOWE
John . . . "My word" . . . foot-
ball . . . girl-watching . . .
Springer's Store . . . Dave.
JOYCE LYNNE HUNTER
Joyce . . . "Do you believe it?"
. . . football . . . skiing . . .
IBM . . . Cindy, Barbie.
TIMOTHY LOUIS lANDOLI
Timmy . . . "Keep cool" . .
Tassy's . . . football ... a spe-
cial girl from White Horse Beach.
Doug . . . "Duh!!" ... Su-
more's . . . baseball . . . read-
ing . . . Junior English . . . Joe
ROLAND JOHN JOUBERT
Roland . . . "Any parties this
. . Tassy's . . .
girls . . . Navy
. . . Pete.
Brad . . . Sumore's . . . round-
ball . . . girls . . . ambition: to
equal Louise in "points" . . .
JAMES COLLINS JOUBERT
Jimmy . . . "Well?" . . . Tassy's
. . . pool . . . fishing .
ey U.S. History . . . Roland.
MARY HILJA JULIAN
Mary . . . "A winner never
quits and a quitter never wins."
. . . reading . . . ice skating
. . . classical music.
JUDITH ANN KILLAM
Judy . . . "That's life, you can't
have everything!" . . . basket-
ball . . . Arthur . . . secretary
. . . Sherry.
PAULA LEE KRIEGEL
Paula . . . "Oh, boy!" . . .
reading . . . horseback riding
. . . clothes . . . hairdressing
. . . walking . . . Sheryl.
Bruce . . . 'Why, yes, he does."
. . . drive-ins . . . basketball . . .
engineering . . . cars . . . girls
. . . Dave.
DONNA MARIE LACROSSE
Harry ... "I didn't do it" . . .
Tassy's Club House . . . horses
. . . pool . . . drawing . . . mu-
sic .. . Johnny . . . food . . .
graduation . . . Rita.
JUDITH MARY LAFRANCE
Judy . . . "Shut-up" . . .
Norwell . . . track . . . roller
skating . . . IBM school . . .
Gordon . . . Frannie and
MARY LYDIA LAMPI
Mary . . . "The thing" ... 80
meters . . . field hockey . . .
"ham" radio . . . medical secre-
tary . . . Navy . . . Debbie.
Stef . . . Kingston Center . . .
football . . . reading . . . Navy
, . . English . . . Gerry.
Mark . . . "Isn't that a kick in
the head?" . . . Football . . .
Photography . . . guitar . . .
dark room . . . Warren.
PAUL JOSEPH LYMAN
Handsome . . . "Ya like that,
huh?" . . . Hanson . . . Foot-
ball . . . playboy . . . Jim . . .
Girls ... 8 miles on a gallon.
Buggy . . . "Doi!" . . . hockey
. . . weight-lifting . . . music
. . . girls . . . sports . . . Navy
. . . school of music . . . Dana.
MARY ELLEN LOUISE
Mary . . . "You did it!" . . .
Smith's variety . . . basketball
. . . bookkeeping . . . Connie
. . . smart people.
JOHN CHESTER LEONARDI
J.C. . . . "Score it!" . . . basket-
ball . . . computer research . . .
electronics . . . college . . . Da-
WAYNE HENRY LOOMER
Wayne . . . Whitman . . . pool
. . . basketball . . . cars . . .
travel . . . Richard.
Liz . . . "Oh, no!" . . . Drive-In
. . . Dennis.
DAVID CRAIG MARQUIS
Dave . . . "Get lost!" . . . bas-
ketball . . . Marlboro . . . girls
. . . carpentry . . . Alan.
JOHN FRANCIS LYONS
John . . . "Essentially" . . .
Hanover Golf Center . . . base-
ball . . . bowling . . . college
. . . Bruce.
VIRGINIA MARIE LUIZ
Ginny . . . "Oh, well!" .
Parziales . . . football
dancing . . . nursing.
RITA DORIS MALAGUTI
Rete . . . "Grow up" . . . Tas-
sy's . . . Duxbury Beach . . .
football Sand Surfing . . . meet-
ing new people . . . travel . . .
Donna . . . Elaine . . . Sandy.
IAN RODERICK MacLEOD
Ian . . . "What's 'a matter now?"
. . . GoGo's . . . baseball . . .
electronics . . . movies . . . cars
. . . college . . . Bill.
Tony . . . "I'll drop you" . . .
wrestling . . . cars . . . girls
. . . Chipper.
DONNA ANN MALONE
Donna . . . "Who said that?"
. . . dancing . . . Jerry . . .
SANDRA LYNN McADAMS
Sandy . . . "Forget it" . . . Tassy's
. . . Duxbury Beach . . . foot-
ball . . . boys . . . airline host-
ess .. . Ethel.
SUSAN MAE MATINZI
Sue . . . "Do we have any
homework?" . . . football . . .
work . . . marriage . . . Rusty
. . . Lowell Tech . . . Kathy.
Eight . . . "What?" . . . Han-
over Gk)lf Center . . . baseball . . .
eating . . . college . . . money
. . . John.
JOHN FRANCIS McCARTHY
Jack . . . baseball . . . car . . .
ambition: to own a Corvette.
Jimmy . . . "Cool as a moose"
. . . Tassy's . . . golf . . . girls
. . teach Political Science . . .
Bill . . . Ford Station Wagons!"
RICHARD WILLIAM McCUE
Dick . . . "Duh" . . . money
. . . hunting . . . cars . . . Wayne
. . . dragster.
Mary ... "I cry a lot" . . .
Tassy's . . . people . . . football
. . . Wendy . . . money.
WAYNE JOHN MIX
Butch . . . "My word!" . . . Su-
more's . . . football . . . cars
. . . girls . . . work . . . Dave.
Frani . . . "Oh, cut it out" .
bowling . . . typist . . . Judy.
PATRICIA ANN MILES
Cecil . . . "Forget it" . . .
Swampscott . . . football . . .
travel . . . Gold Coast . . . Sheila
. . . Dm.
Sammy . . . "Que sera" . . .
football . . . Leland's . . . jokes
. . . boys . . . Wendy, Mari-
Gerry . . . Locker Room . .
football . . . baseball . . . mill
tary flyer . . . Joe.
RICHARD AMES MOORE
Rick . . . "Charge!!!" . . . sail-
ing . . . ham radio . . . electron-
ics .. . Brad.
Half Pint . . . "I'm serious!"
. . . Abington . . . football . . .
George ... IBM school . . .
CHARLES DANA NAVA
Barney . . . "Smarten up" . . .
Tassy's . . . hockey . . . girls
. . . college . . . Larry.
Alainee . . . "Huh! Whoot!'
. . . Pratt's . . . football . .
h ' . . .!
PAMELA CAROL NORDIN
Pam . . . "Don't be bitter" . .
Tassy's . . . travel . . . fun . .
boys . . . Linda . . . car races.
CARL ROBERT NORRMAN
Sonny . . . "Keep it cool" . . .
cars . . . Chris . . . driving
heavy equipment . . . John.
JUDITH ANN NUTE
Judy . . . Whitman dances
football . . . graduation
LINDA CHRISTINE OCHS
Cleo . . . "That's the way it
goes" . . . basketball . . .
clothes . . . legal secretary.
Oak . . . baseball . . . stamp col-
lecting . . . football . . . basket-
ball . . . Leo.
LEO EWELL OSBORNE
Leo ... "I tell ya" . . . water
skiing . . . guitar . . . collecting
"Nichols" . . . artist.
Packrat . . . "What?" . . .
swimming . . . sewing . . . read-
ing . . . boys . . . nursing.
PAUL LUTHER PECK
Paul . . . archery . . . motor-
boats . . . radios . . . racing
. . . camping.
Herb . . . "Best" . . . Tassy's
. . . basketball . . . beach par-
ties . . . Pete.
MARY ANN PIMENTEL
Mary Ann . . . "I'm tired" . . .
Wayne . . . sewing . . . paint-
ing . . . secretary.
LINDA ANNE PINEAU
Lynne . . . "Cut it out, John!'
. . . Brine's . . . swimming . .
Terry . . . tennis . . . drawing
. . . hairdresser . . . Carol.
Sandy . . . Plymouth . . . foot-
ball . . . driving . . . hairdresser.
Dru . . . "Forget it" . . . bas-
ketball . . . football . . . office
practice . . . business success.
CYNTHIA EILENE PRIOR
Cindy . . . "Stick around!" . . .
Dick . . . Brockton . . . swim-
ming . . . dancing.
JOHN EREDERICK RECKE
Rec . . . "Let's hear it!" . . . N.
Pembroke . . . basketball . . .
cars . . . Army colonel.
Mcri . . . "How 'bout that!"
. . . Marsh field . . . novelist
. . . Helen, Corinnc, Vick.
DONNA MARIE RING
Donna . . . "Dummy" . . . Bob
. . . Henry's . . . bowling . . .
LINDA LEE ROHHINS
Linda . . . "No, suh!" . . .
Bryantville . . . tennis . . . cook-
ing . . . sewing.
ROBERT CARL RCJSA 11
Bob . . . drive-in . . . beach
parlies . . . cars.
Corinne . . . "Ain't you got no
cla.s.s?" . . . .sewing . . . knitting
. . . talking . . . Helen . . .
PE'iER LLC^NARI) RCJSSi
Pete . . . "Don't sweat it!" . . .
football . . . records . . . radio
CAROL (;RA(JL .SCIACCA
Carol . . . "Gosh" . . . music
. . . China Pearl . . . knittiDg
. . . medical librarian.
GASPER SAVOLDI SCIACCA
Skip . . "Great Caesar's
ghost!" . . . library . . . music
. . . theologian.
MARGARET JEAN SELLERS
Peggy • • • • "What can I say?"
. . . Brockton . . . basketball
. . . boys.
CHARLES LEO SHEEHAN
Chipper . . . "I'll drop you!"
. . . Hosea's . . . records . . .
clarinet . . . football . . . girls
. . . fun.
DAVID LELAND SEARS
Dave . . . "Mr. Splaine, that
wasn't my mistake!" . . . basket-
ball . . . retire at 25.
RONALD THOMAS SHAW
Tom . . . "Pick up that paper!"
. . . Tassy's . . . hunting . . .
football . . . girls . . . photogra-
SUSAN MAY SHIVERICK
Sue . . . "Good egg." . . . Tas-
sy's . . . basketball . . . relaxing
. . . archaeologist.
Unna . . . "Forget it!" ... art
room . . . TD's . . . Charlie . . .
football . . . yearbook . . . artist.
IRVING CLIFTON SMITH,
Butch . . . Zona's . . . dragging
. . . wild parties . . . girls.
KATHLEEN ANN SNOW
Kathy . . . Jay's . . . football
. . . boys . . . secretary.
DAVID ALLEN SLACK
Dave . . . "It don't matter!"
, . . skiing . . . sailing . . .
hunting . . . tycoon.
Kent . . . football . . . Beach
Boys . . . baseball . . . incom-
petent sports' writers!! ... re-
tire at 18.
Rick . . . "Rats!" . . . Mister
Donut . . . hockey . . . girls
. . . cars . . . college.
Dave . . . Clam Hut . . . foot-
ball . . . graduation.
CAROL SUE STRAUSER
Carol . . . Duxbury . . . paint-
ing . . . records . . . football
. . . medical secretary.
Joe . . . "My aching back!"
. . . Judy . . . basketball . . .
car . . . marriage.
George . . . "Ou ah!"
Mister Donut . . . drags
cars . . . Jim.
MARIE EDITH STEWART
Marie . . . "Are you kidding
me?" . . . basketball . . . psy-
Helen . . . "Really!" . . . knit-
ting . . . football . . . teaching
. . . Corinne, Meri, Mary . . .
Jim . . . "Oh yeah?" . . . skiing
. . . Brine's . . . Henry.
John . . . "That's the breaks!'
. . . baseball . . . football . .
money . . . cars . . . homework
John . . . "Forget it!"
Charles St. . . . basketball
Braintree . . . CPA.
Barry . . . "Play it cool, man!"
. . . Tassy's . . . cars . . . girls
. . . wrestling . . . Steve . . .
BARBARA MARIE TRACY
Barb . . . "Forget it" . .
Marshfield Roller Rink . .
sports . . . certain boy . .
LINDA ANN TRIMBLE
Linda . . . horseback riding .
painting . . . teaching
TAMARA JANE TROTTA
Tammy . . . "No kidding!" . . .
baseball . . . piano . . . Roger
. . . nursing . . . roller skating.
Jo . . . "Doi" . . . Plymouth
. . . swimming . . . secretary
. . . Maureen.
GERALD EDWARD VINAL
Jedgy . . . "You sure coulda
fooled me" . . . tennis . . . danc-
. Whitman . . . Brockton
Ken . . . Tassy's . . . basketball
. . . cars . . . U.S.A.F. . . .
JILL VAN WEELDEN
Jill . . . "Sharp" . . . Harvard
Square . . . painting . . . com-
mercial artist . . . Vickie.
PAUL JOHN WADE
Paul . . . Jay's . . . football
. . . graduate . . . Tooky.
Vickie . . . "Forget it!" . . . ski-
ing . . . painting . . . commer-
cial artist . . . Jill . . . Harvard
KATHLEEN ALICE WALSH
Red . . . "You're kidding!" . .
Toto's . . . basketball . .
drawing . . . hairdresser . .
ANDREA LOUISE WATSON
Pepper . . . "No sweat!" . . .
drive-in . . . swimming . . .
bowling . . . music.
Ann . . . "Oh no!" . . . basket-
ball . . . drawing . . . brains
. . . Joyce.
LYDIA COOMER WESTON
Lyd . . . "No lockers at this
time!" . . . Rutgers . . . dramat-
ics .. . Steve . . . swimming
. . . travelling.
Norris . . . Locker Room .
cross-country . . . math
Model A's . . . practice runs.
Chris . . . Sumore's . . . money
. . . girls . . . draftsmen . . .
John . . . school.
Sandy . . . Sumore's . . . foot-
ball . . . painting . . . nursing
. . . Helen . . . boys.
Whitey . . . "Hot dog!" . . .
football . . . cars . . . Middle-
boro . . . Larry.
Tom . . . "You peasant"
test pilot . . . design cars
parties . . . Jim.
. . . surfing . . . football
DAVID GRAY SARGENT
Dave . . . "Well, you know"
. . . Cohasset & Hanover . . .
football . . . Ken ... to be a
RICHARD WAYNE WALL
Rich . . . Rocky Nook . .
baseball . . . cars . . . Barry.
SHIRLEY ANN WISE
Shirl . . . Hosea's . . . football
. . . boys . . . swimming . . .
Sheila . . . cheering . . . getting
Cathy . . . basketball
Plymouth Center . . . Ginna.
L. Wood . . . Whitman . . .
baseball . . . cars . . . State
Trooper . . . Ed . . . Chevies.
Ron . . . "Better late than nev-
er" . . . Brockton . . . baseball
. . . water skiing . . . George.
ROBERT LESLIE YEE
Charlie . . . "Here we
again!" . . . Clam Hut .
track . . . money.
VICKIE DIANE ZAHN
Vick . . . "Do we have to sit in
alphabetical order?" . . . Plym-
outh . . . psychology . . . Mary
. . . skating.
Adair, Richard: Debate Club 1; Football 1; Baseball 1; Basketball
1,3; Track 1.
Adelchi, Louise: Psychology Club 4; Yearbook 4; Future Teachers
of America 3; Senior Class Play 4; Junior Prom Staff.
Alfieri, Lee: Student Council 1,2,3, (Secretary), 4; (President);
Honor Society 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4 (President); Junior Varsity
Cross-Country 1,2,3; Freshmen Basketball 1; Junior Varsity Basket-
ball 2,3; Varsity Basketball 4; Junior Varsity Baseball 1,2.
Angell, William: Science Club 1,2; Key Club 2; Dramatics Club 1,-
2; Senior Class Play.
Anti, Peter: Student Council 4; Yearbook 4; Executive Council 2,3,-
4; Junior Prom Staff.
Barnaby, Alice: Psychology Club 4; Yearbook 4; Library Club 1,2;
Science Club 1; French Club 1,2; Nurses Club 2,3; (Historian) ; Fu-
ture Teachers of America 1-
Batchelder, John: Key Club 4; Yearbook 4; Varsity Football 3,4;
Freshmen Football 1; Varsity Track 1,2,3,4.
Barnett, Charles: Freshmen Football; Varsity Football 4; Freshmen
Becker, Jacqueline: Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Year-
book 4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4.
Benotti, James: Class Treasurer 3,4; Executive Council 1; Freshmen
Football; Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3,4; Freshmen Basketball; Junior
Varsity Track 2.
Berridge, Marianne: Yearbook Editor; (Business Staff); Junior Var-
sity Basketball 1.
Bezanson, Christina: Library Club 2,3,4 (Vice-President); Nurses
Club 2,3; Press Club 3; Yearbook Editor.
Binns, Christopher: Student Council 2,3,4, (Vice-President); Honor
Society 2,3,4, (President) ; Key Club 2,3, (Secretary) 4 (Vice-Presi-
dent) ; Yearbook 4; Class President 2,3,4; Varsity Cross-Country 1,-
2,3,4; Junior Varsity Track 1 ; Varsity Track 2; Dramatics Club 1,3,-
4; Senior Class Play; Junior Prom Staff; Monitor 4; Drama Festival
Bonney, Leonard: Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2.
Bouchard, Ruth: Home Economics Club 1,3,4; Yearbook 4; Major-
Breidenthal, Ann: Home Economics Club 4 (Secretary); Yearbook
4; Junior Varsity Cheerleading 2; Drill Team 2,3,4 (Co-Captain);
Gym Club 2,3,4; Junior Prom Staff.
Brennan, Margaret: Student Council 1,2,3,4 (Historian); Psycholo-
gy Club 4; Drill Team 1,2 (Captain); Class Vice-President 1,2,3,4;
Executive Council 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Junior Varsity Ten-
nis 2; Junior Prom Business Staff (Chairman) ; Dramatics Club 2,3;
Senior Class Play; Yearbook 4.
Bruce, Sandra: Psychology Club 4; Yearbook 4; Dramatics Club 3.
Bruce, Sharon: Dramatics Club 3; Psychology Club 4; Yearbook 4.
Bunce, Janet: Psychology Club 4; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3.
Burgess, Linda: Yearbook 4.
Burke, James: Freshmen Football; Junior Varsity Track 1.
Burrows, George: Student Council 2; Executive Council 3,4; Junior
Varsity Cross-Country 1; Varsity Cross-Country 2,3,4; Freshmen
Basketball; Junior Varsity 2,3; Varsity 4; Freshmen Baseball, Junior
Varsity 2,3; Senior Class Play; Monitor 4.
Bussolari, Jeanette: Home Economics Club 4; Yearbook 4.
Calista, Joseph: Yearbook 4; Freshmen Basketball, Junior Varsity
2 ; Junior Prom Staff.
Carey, Peter: Freshmen Football, Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 4; Fresh-
Carlson, Paula: French Club 1,2,3; Tennis 1,2.
Cash, Alice: Psychology Club 4; Home Economics Club 3,4 (Presi-
dent) Yearbook 4; Drill Team 1,2,3; Field Hockey, Junior Varsity
1, Varsity 2, Junior Prom Staff; Senior Class Play.
Chandler, Chester: Psychology Club 3.
Chase, Gregory: Debate Club 1; Junior Varsity Tennis 2; Senior
Childs, Dorothy: Psychology Club 4; Nurses Club 2,3,4; Yearbook
4; Junior Prom Staff.
Cicero, John: Yearbook 4.
Cicero, Richard: Yearbook 4.
Gierke, Sherry: Drill Team 1,2; Field Hockey Junior Varsity 1,2,
Cobb, Peter: Key Club 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 3; Band 1,2,3,4.
Coffin, Teresa: Student Council 2; Psychology Club 4; Spanish Club
2,3,4; Junior Varsity Basketball 3; Orchestra 1,2.
Comee, Sheryl: Psychology Club 4; Nurses Club 3.
Correa, David: Junior Varsity Cross-Country 4; Varsity Track 1,2,4.
Costa, Joseph: Psychology Club 4; (Vice-President).
Crase, Charles: Future Farmers of America 1,2,3,4; (Sentinal).
Cushman, Leo: Future Farmers of America 1,2,3,4.
Darsch, Susan: Student Council 3,4; French Club 2; Nurses Club 2-,
3; Yearbook 4; Class Secretary 1,2,3,4; Executive Council 1,2,3,4;
Field Hockey Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3; Junior Prom Staff; Moni-
Davidson, Howard: Cross-Country 2,3 ; Track 2.
Davidson, James: Varsity Cross-Country 3,4; Track Junior Varsity
2, Varsity 3,4.
Davidson, Richard: Football 1, Basketball 1, Baseball Freshmen and
Junior Varsity 2.3.
Dietrich, Karl: Spanish Club 2, Debate Club 1, Tennis 4.
Edwards, James: Varsity Track 4.
Ellis, Warren: Announcing Staff 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4.
Ellis, Wendy: Home Economics Club 3,4; Future Business Leaders
of America 4.
Elwell, Cynthia: Psychology Club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Drill Team 2;
Executive Council 1 ; Field Hockey Junior Varsity 3, Varsity 4.
Estes, George: Student Council 4; Executive Council 2; Football
Freshman and Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3,4; Freshmen Basketball.
Ethier, Donald: Band 1,3,4; Tennis 4.
Fabri, Donna: Psychology Club 4; Home Economics Club 4.
Ferrell, Sherry: Freshmen Cheerleader; Varsity Majorette 1,2,3,4
(Co-Captain) ; Junior Varsity Basketball 3 ; Orchestra 1 ,2.
Fitzgerald, Nancy: Yearbook Staff 4; Cheerleader Freshmen, Varsity
2,3,4 (Captain); Class Historian 1; Class Treasurer 2; Executive
Council 1,2,3,4; Varsity Tennis 2,3,4; Senior Class Play; Dramatics
Club 2,3 (President), 4.
Flood, John: Freshmen Baseball; Basketball, Freshmen, Junior
Varsity 2, Varsity 3,4.
Fontes, Richard: Student Council 1; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Varsity
Football (Manager) 2; Freshmen Basketball; Freshmen Track;
Monitor 3,4; Gym Club 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom Staff; Senior Class
Ford, Bradley: Tennis, Junior Varsity 1,2; Varsity 4; Senior Class
Fortier, Richard: Cross-Country Junior Varsity 3, Varsity 4; Track
Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3,4.
Freeman, Bernice: Senior Class Play.
Gallivan, Sheila: Varsity Majorettes 3,4; Junior Varsity Basketball
Geilear, Debbie: Student Council 2; Yearbook 4; Cheerleader,
Freshmen, Varsity 2,3,4; Drill Team 2; Class Historian 3,4; Execu-
tive Council 3,4; Senior Class Play.
Gerstel, Leo: Junior Varsity Track 2.
Gilli, Maureen: Nurses Club 3; Junior Prom Staff; Senior Class
Gould, Karen: Psychology Club 3,4; Library Club 2,3,4; (Presi-
dent); Honor Society 2,3,4; French Club 1,2; Nurses Club 2,3
(Treasurer); Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Prom Staff; Senior Class
Play; Junior Varsity Field Hockey 1,2; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4.
Govoni, Elizabeth: Library Club 3,4; Nurses Club 2,3; Drill Team
3,4; Junior Prom Staff.
Grandi, Patricia: Student Council 1; Freshmen Cheerleader; Drill
Team 2,3, (Co-Captain), 4 (Captain); Basketball Junior Varsity 2,
Varsity 3,4; Softball 3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Chorus 3; Junior Prom
Staff; Gym Club 1,2,3,4.
Grant, John: Student Council 2; Key Club 2,3,4; Executive Council
4; Football, Freshmen, Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3,4, Track, Junior
Varsity 1, Varsity 2,3,4.
Hall, Kathryn: Band 1,2,3.
Hall, Peter: Student Council 3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Key Club 2,
3,4; Freshmen Basketball; Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,4.
Hamilton, Charles: Monitor 4; Senior Class Play.
Handy, Joanne: Psychology Club 4, Executive Council 4; Senior
Hanelt, James: Yearbook 3,4; Future Farmers of America 1,2,3,4;
Junior Prom Staff; Senior Class Play.
Harris, Lorraine: Home Economics Club 2.
Hatch, Charles: Football Junior Varsity 3, Varsity 4.
Heath, Mary Lou: Psychology Club 3,4; Nurses Club 2; Yearbook
4; Press Club; Dramatics Club 3.
Henrich, Judith: Varsity Basketball 2; Varsity Baseball 3
Holden, Susan: Future Teachers of America 1,2; Junior Varsity Bas-
Holden, Susan: Future Teachers of America 1,2; Junior Varsity Bas-
Hollman, Deborah: Student Council 2,3,4; (Treasurer); French
Club 1,2; Future Teachers of America 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Class His-
torian 2; Executive Council 3; Junior Varsity Basketball 1,2; Varsi-
ty Basketball 3,4; Junior Varsity Field Hockey 1,2; Varsity Field
Hockey 3,4; Monitor 4; Junior Prom Staff.
Holmes, Ethel: Nurses Club 2; (Historian) 3; Future Teachers of
America 1,2; Yearbook 4; Senior Class Play 4; Dramatics Club 1,2.
Howard, Phihp: Junior Varsity Football 2; Varsity Football 4;
Junior Varsity Baseball 1 ; Varsity Baseball 4: Freshmen Football 1.
Howe, John: Key Club 3,4; Freshmen Football 1; Varsity Football
2,3,4; Freshman Basketball 1, Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Varsity
Basketball 3,4 ; Junior Varsity Baseball 2 ; Varsity Track 3,4.
Huber, Helen: Psychology Club 3,4; Library Club 4; Nurses Club 2,-
3; Yearbook 4; Senior Class Play.
Jobling, Bradford: National Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook 4;
Junior Varsity Basketball 2,3; Freshman Baseball 1 ; Monitor 4.
Jobling, Douglas: Yearbook 4; Freshman Basebal 11.
Joubert, James: Junior Prom Staff.
Joubert, Roland: Yearbook 4; Junior Varsity Football 2; Varsity
Football 4; Executive Council 4; Freshman Football.
Killiam, Judith: Yearbook 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Varsity
Basketball 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Class Play.
Kimbal, Bruce: Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Staff.
Kriegel, Paula: Home Economics Club 1,2.
LaFrance, Judith: Junior Prom Staff; Executive Council 1.
Lampi, Mary: Junior Varsity Field Hockey 2; Varsity Field Hockey
3,4; Junior Prom Staff; Monitor 4.
Laurenti, Stephen: .A.nnouncing Staff 2,3,4 (Vice-President) Senior
La Vigne, Mary Ellen: Psychology Club 4; Nurses Club 2,3,4;
Home Economcs Cluib 2,3,4; (Treasurer); Spanish Club 3; Year-
book 4; Junior Prom; Staff Press Club 4; Laker Legend 4; Future
Business Leaders of .\merica 4.
Lehto, Markku: Key Club 2,3; Yearbook 4.
Leonardi, John: Student Council 1, Honor Society 2,3 (Vice-Presi-
dent) 4; Science Club 1,2; Key Club 2,3,4; Football 2.
Lombardi, Larry: Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4.
Loomer, Wayne: Basketball, Freshmen Junior Varsity 2.
Loring, Lizabeth: French Club 1; Nurses Club 3; Senior Class Play.
Luiz, Virginia: Psychology Club 4; Nurses Club 2,3.
Lyons, John: Student Council 1,3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Key Club
2,3 (Secretary) 4; Freshmen Class President; Executive Council 1,2,
3,4; Baseball, Freshmen, Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3,4; Science Fair
(Second Prize) ; Senior Class Play; Dramatics Club 1.
MacLeod, Ian: Announcing Staff 4; Laker Legend 4.
Malaguti, Rita: Junior Prom Staff.
Malone, Donna: Nurses Club 1,2; Home Economics Club 1,4; Laker
Martin, Anthony: Track 2.
Matinzi, Susan: Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Staff.
Maxwell, Bruce: Key Club 2,3,4; Basketball Junior Varsity 3; Base-
ball, Freshmen, Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3,4.
McAdams, Sandra: Psychology Club 3,4; Nurses Club 1,2,3; Span-
ish Club 3; Yearbook 4.
McCombs, James: Student Council 2,3; Yearbook 3,4; Announcing
Staff 2,3,4; Debate Club 4; Executive Council 1; Senior Class Play;
Gym Qub 3.
Mendenhall, Mary: Tennis 1, Orchestra 1,2.
Miles, Patricia: Home Economics Club 4; Executive Council 1, Soft-
Monterio, Sharon: Psychology Club 3; Press Club 3; Spanish Club
3; Yearbook 4; Laker Legend 4.
Moore, Richard: Library Club 1,2; Tennis 2; Senior Class Play.
Morrissey, Gerald: Football, Freshman, Varsity 4; Basketball, Fresh-
men, Junior Varsity 2; Track Freshmen, Junior Varsity 2,3; Band 1,-
2,3; Orchestra, 1,2,3; Junior Prom, Baseball 4.
Mix, Wayne: Football, Junior Varsity 3.
Nava, Dana: Baseball 2.
Nicholson, Elaine: Student Council 1,2; Psychology Club 4; Year-
book 4; Drill Team 1; Executive Council 4; Junior Prom Staff, Sen-
ior Class Play; Future Business Leaders of America 4; (Secretary).
Ochs, Christine: Future Teachers of America 1,2.
O'Connor, Brian: Gym Club 2.
Packard, Mary: Psychology Club 3, (Secretary) 4; Nurses Club 4;
Future Teachers of America 1,2,3, (Vice-President) 4; Yearbook 4;
Executive Council 2.
Pimental, Mary Ann: Honor Society 2,3 (Secretary) 4; Spanish
Club 3, (Secretary) 2; Yearbook 4; Future Business Leaders of
America (President) 4.
Pineau, Linda: Press Club 3,4; French Club 2; Future Business
Leaders of America 4 (President).
Ponte, Sandra: Future Teachers of America 1; Varsity Basketball
(Manager) 2,3,4; Field Hockey, Junior Varsity 2.
Proctor, Drusilla: Chorus 1,2; Basketball, Junior Varsity 1; Junior
Ring, Donna: Psychology Club 3,4; Softball, Varsity 3; Press Club
3; Drill Team 2.
Recke, John: Football, Varsity 4, Band 1.
Riddell, Meredith: Chorus 1,2; Southeastern District Chorus 1;
New England Chorus 1; Psychology Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4;
Senior Class Play; Junior Prom Staff; Yearbook 4; National Honor
Society 3,4 (Historian).
Robbins, Linda: Psychology Club 3,4; Nurses Club 1,2; Yearbook 4;
Senior Class Play 4; Press Club 3,4; Future Business Leaders of
Rossi, Peter: Yearbook 4; Announcing Staff 2,3 (President) 4.
Sciacca, Carol: Psychology Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4!
Sciacca, Gaspare: Future Teachers of America 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,-
4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4.
Sears, David: Honor Society 2,3,4; Key Club 2, Treasurer 3,4; Base-
ball, Freshmen; Senior Class Play.
Sellers, Margaret: Student Council 2; Psycho'logy Club 4; Nurses
Club 2; Basketball 1,2.
Shaw, Ronald: Key Club 4; Tennis 1, Monitor 4 (Cafeteria).
Shiverick, Susan: Psychology Club 3; Honor Society 3,4; Dramatics
Club 1,2,3,4; Senior Class Play.
Silva, Anne: Yearbook 3,4 (Art Editor) ; Junior Prom Staff; Art Ser-
vice Club, (Vice-President) 2; Senior Class Play.
Sheehan, Charles: Baseball, Junior Varsity 3; Band 1,2,3; Orchestra
1,2,3; Wrestling 4.
Slack, David: Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Science Club 2; Ex-
ecutive Council 1 ; Tennis, Freshmen, Junior Varsity 3, Varsity 2.
Smith, Kenneth: Student Council 1,2,4; Key Club 3,4; Yearbook 4;
Executive Council 4; Football, Freshmen, Varsity 2,3,4; Basketball
Freshmen, Baseball, Varsity 4, Junior Varsity 3 ; Track, Junior Vars-
ity 1, Varsity 2; Senior Class Play; Monitor Staff 4.
Solari, Fred: Football, Freshmen, Varsity 3; Track 1,2.
Stewart, Marie: Psychology Club 3,4; Home Economics Club 3,
(Vice-President) 4; Basketbball 3.
Strauser, Carol: Psychology Club 4; Yearbook 4; Dramatics Club 3;
Future Business Leaders of America, (Treasurer) 4.
Sturtevant, Helen: Psychology 3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4 (Treas-
urer) ; Science Club 1; Future Teachers of America 1,2 (Historian)
3,4 (President); Yearbook 4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Senior Class
Sutcliffe, John: Library Club 1,2; J.V. Cross-Country 2, Varsity
Cross-Country 4; Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2,3; Laker
Legend 4 (Sports Editor).
Templeton, John: J.V. Baseball 3, Varsity Baseball 4.
Tracy, Barbara: Home Economics Club 4; Yearbook 4; Drill Team
1,2; J.V. Basketball 1,3, (Co-Capt.) Varsity Basketball 4; J.V. Field
Hockey 1, Varsity Field Hockey 2,3,4 (Captain) 2; Varsity Softball
3,4; Senior Class Play; Gym Club 1,2,3,4; Junior Prcm Staff; Chorus
1,2,3; Monitor 3.
Trimble, Linda: Future Teachers of America 1,2; Debate Club 1,2,-
Trotta, Tammy: Psychology Club 4; Nurses Club 2,3; Home Eco-
nomics Club 3.
Vantangoli, Joanne: Nurses Club 2.
VanWeelden, Jill: Nurses Club 2; Future Teachers of America 1;
Executive Council 2,3; Softball 3; Junior Prom 3; Senior Class
Play; F.F.A. Candidate 3.
Vinal, Gerald: Future Farmers of America 1,2,3 (Reporter) 3.
Wade, Paul: Freshman Football, Varsity Football 4; Freshman Bas-
ketball; Freshman Baseball; J.V. Track 2; Varsity Track 3.
Walker, Vickie: Student Council 1,2; Future Teachers of America 1-,
2; Yearbook 3,4; Drill Team 3; Gym Club 2,3; F.F.A. Candidate 3,-
Watson, Andrea: Psychology Club 3,4; Library Club 2,3,4 (Secre-
tary); Honor Society 2,3,4; French Club 2; Future Teachers of
America 3,4; Yearbook 4; J.V. Field Hockey 1; Dramatic Club 1,2,-
3,4; Senior Class Play 4.
Whiston, Norris: Debate Club I; J.V. Cross-Country 1,2; Varsity
Cross-Country 3,4; J.V. Track 1,2,3; Varsity Track 4; Senior Class
Whittaker, Sandra: Library Club 3,4 (Treasurer); Drill Team 4;
J.V. Basketball 2,3; J.V. Field Hockey 2.
Wiksten, Ralph: Future Farmers of America 1,2,3,4.
Wingard, Stuart: Key Club 4; Executive Council 1,4 ;Freshman
Football, Varsity Football 4; Freshman Basketball, Freshman Track;
Junior Prom Staff.
Woodburry, Lawrence: Yearbook 4; Varsity Cross-Country 2; Fresh-
man Football; Freshman Baseball, J.V. Baseball 2, Varsity Baseball
Woodworth, Ronald: J.V. Basketball 2.3; J.V. Baseball 2; Varsity
Wall, Richard: Freshman Football, Varsity Football 4; Freshman
Basketball; J.V. Baseball 1,2,3; Varsity Baseball 4.
Zahn, Vickie: Psychology Club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Dramatics Club 3,
LETTER OF COMMENDA-
TION FOR NATIONAL
LETTER OF COMMENDA-
TION FOR NATIONAL
DOUGLAS JOBLING JOHN LEONARDI
LETTER OF COMMEND A- LETTER OF COMMENDA-
TION FOR NATIONAL TION FOR NATIONAL
ON THE ATOM
NATIONAL MERIT FIN AL-
1ST, BETTY CROCKER
Christina Bezanson — EDITOR
Meredith Riddell - LITERARY EDITOR
Joseph Calista - SPORTS EDITOR
Putting out a yearbook is a very ar-
duous task. But this yearbook staff even-
tually did it!!! You are holding the proof
of that fact in your hands right now.
Sometimes difficulties were run into:
such as lost write-ups — lost pictures —
and even lost pages. Write-ups were cre-
atively composed on the school bus, with
impromptu pictures taken to meet ever-
ART AND LAYOUT
Anne Silva - EDITOR
Marianne Berridge — EDITOR
Mary Ellen LaVigne
Mary Ann Pimental
gUNIOR PROM 1964
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SENIOR CLASS PLAY
ARSENIC AND OLD LACE BY JOSEPH KESSELRING
On November 20 and 21, 1964, crowds
were enthralled with the excellent reproduc-
tion of Joseph Kesselring's Arsenic and Old
Lace, the Senior class play of 1965. These
were the biggest crowds ever to witness a Sil-
ver Lake Class Play. The chief reason for the
great turnout was the brilliant performances
of the cast: Lydia Weston, Corinne Santerre,
Stephen Laurenti, Richard Moore, Gregory
Chase, Joanne Handy, and William Angell.
John Lyons played the part of the dead bod-
ies, supported by members of the football
Homework . . . Sports . . .
Confusion . . . Credits . . .
Exams . . . Dances . . . De-
tention . . . Programs Striv-
ing always for the goal of
Senior Year, which always
seems so far away.
M. Adams L. Afeinko M Albono
P. Baker J Balboni D. Barbicri
D. Barrington S. Batson S. Bean
L Bosworth L Br.iddock D Prow
R. Barnes E. Backus R. Bailey
G. Bent R. Besarick J. Bevis
S Rurtjess H. Cadenhead M. Cahill
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S. Emond L. Fagen R. Fairweather S. Farrar
P. Fergeson W. Ferrell D. Flight C. Flynn
H. Frame A. Friis
C. Gardiner W. Garuti
R. Gassett E. Gauquier Y. Genduso C. Gigger
L. Gould L. Govoni D Grey D. Grover
J. McMorrow G. Mendall K. Meyer
G. Nava S. Nichols C. Nilosek
S. Picariello C Pickett G Pratl
J. An^cll E. Angus
C. Bates M. Beland
\I. B<-rr\ B, I^c/anson
G. Hird E. Hobbs R. Holt J. Holyoke
D. Ibbilson S. Jameson P. Jones D. Jordan
R. Lanzillota T. Larkin J. LaV'igne H. Lehio
W. Maarshalk L. MacLeod J Makela W. Mark
B. McLean VV. McKenna R. Mendenhall J. Mereda
R. St. Pierre
S. Wood S. Woodward S. Wyman
R. litrarcf C. Bell S. Bcnca
A. Borden R Borghesani H. Boudreau
A Giammarco D Gilbert R. Giragosian
S. Handorff S. Hannigan C. Harris E. Hatch
D. O'Leary M. O'Meara
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MR. RALPH BINNS
Director Vocational School
One of the projects executed by the
carpentry department this year was a
section of stands for the athletic field.
Since Silver Lake is a comprehensive school, a separate wing is
devoted to vocational studies. In each section of the vocational
department, students are trained in a trade that will provide them
with employment immediately upon graduation. The agricultural depart-
ment of the vocational school maintains the beauty and neatness of the
school grounds. The students are able to compete for the state conserva-
The third section of the vocational school, the automotive department,
educates the students in regard to vehicle repair. The future mechanics
can supplement their learning and "learn by doing" when they are
afforded the opportunity to work on cars made available by citizens
of the Silver Lake area.
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Officers . . . Dues . . .
Scholarships . . . Service
. . . Meetings . . . Advi-
sors . . . Organization . . .
Field Trips . . . Bus Pass-
Increasing in size and
number each year, extra-
curricular activities add va-
riety to student life.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The principles of the National Honor Society are leadership,
scholarship, citizenship, and service. An example of service to the
school was evidenced in early fall when the members of the soci-
ety sold Alston pictures to the junior and senior high students.
The proceeds from this sale became part of the society's scho-
larship fund. In a first for Silver Lake, the society planned, with
Mr. Quinlan's help, a homecoming assembly for alumnae return-
ing for the Christmas holidays. At this time Junior and Senior
college preparatory students had a chance to learn about various
types of higher education and the problems likely to be encoun-
tered at college.
Advisor: Miss Patricia Goldmann
President: Christopher Binns
Vice-President: John Leonardi
Secretary: Mary Ann Pimental
Treasurer: Helen Sturtevant
Historian: Meredith Riddell
The Silver Lake Student Council of the 1964-
1965 school year, under the guidance of Mr.
Ralph Binns, has continued to function as the
important organization representing the entire
student body. Entering into many worthwhile
projects, the Student Council has raised money
to donate to the John F. Kennedy Memorial
Library, as well as to aid both the Achievement
Awards and Scholarship Programs. The money
was raised by selling food and school materials
in the vending machines and school store, by
sponsoring a dance which was held December
28, and by selling Silver Lake banners at the
football games. The Council accomplished much
this year under the leadership of: Lee Alfieri,
President; Christopher Binns, Vice-President;
Cynthia Cook, Secretary; Deborah Hollman,
Treasurer; and Margaret Brennan, Historian.
Lee Al fieri — President
Christopher Binns - Vice-President
John Lyons — Secretary
David Sears — Treasurer
Advisor — Mr. Maurice Splaine
The Silver Lake Key Club is an organization not only
for social enjoyment but for service activities. The Key
Club provides refreshments for various social functions at
the school and maintains a concession stand at all home
football and basketball games. The profits from these ser-
vices provide scholarships for worthy students. At Christ-
mas time, the Key Club collects canned goods from the
student body and donates them to deserving families in
Active interest in the art of drama, ei-
ther in acting, directing, or working
backstage on make-up, costumes, or
props, has made the Dramatics Club an
enthusiastic organization. A busy year
has seen the Sophomore, Junior, and Se-
nior classes competing in a one-act play
contest for presentation at the Silver
Lake Arts Festival. The Club also pre-
sented a three-act play to the public in
the spring. Members attended acting
workshops and performances at Boston
College in early December.
Pres. Lydia Weston
Vice-Pres. Margaret Brennan
Sec. Nancy Fitzgerald
Treas. Kenneth Lundgren
Adv. Miss Janice Margeson
Awakening us at 7:52 a.m., the vibrating voices of the an-
nouncing staff barrel over the PA system every day. Informa-
tive student and teacher news is relayed by the staff mem-
bers, who gain skill in public speaking and broadcasting.
Advisor: Mrs. Anna Hill
Pres. Peter Rossi
Vice-Pres. and Head Technician: Stephen
Program Director: Judy Tassinari
Students join the F.T.A. to become better ac-
quainted with the teaching profession. Belonging to
this organization does not necessarily mean a final
step into a career in the field of education. It does
mean, however, that each member has a genuine in-
terest in the teaching profession and is eager to in-
vestigate his possibilities of becoming a teacher.
Members in their Senior year are given an opportu-
nity of self-testing by actually participating in class-
room teaching in the Junior High School. The pro-
gram of the F.T.A. includes guest speakers from vari-
ous fields of education and valuable films about
teaching provided by the National Education Associ-
Advisors: Mrs. Mary Cherry & Mrs. Beatrice Sprague
President: Helen Sturtevant
Vice President: Mary Packard
Secretary: Corinne Santerre
Treasurer: Judith Tassinari
Although a fairly new organiza-
tion in comparison to other school
functions, the Press Club contributes
much to school activities. The mem-
bers of the club gather noteworthy
happenings in the school, type them
up and present them to the local
newspapers. This gives the people in
the neighboring towns who have ac-
cess to the Old Colony Memorial,
the Brockton Enterprise, the Silver
Lake News, the Patriot Ledger or
the New Bedford Standard Times, a
chance to know what is going on at
Silver Lake. This news includes re-
ports of library activities, various
club meetings and inductions, and
special school functions such as the
Senior Class Play and the Honor So-
PRESS CLUB MEMBERS
Mary Ellen LaVigne
Mr. Wallace Weeks
This year a great change occurred
in the publishing of the Laker Le-
gend. Actually, this change was a
reversion to the original policy of
printing school news in a mimeo-
graphed monthly booklet. The Laker
Legend informs the students in re-
gard to class news, special features
and news concerning the various ex-
Advisor: Mrs. Chiros
Jean Atwood, Eileen Backus, Sandra O'Brien,
Donna Barbieri, Editor-in-chief; Judith Bev-
is, Lorraine Parker, Rebecca Burrows, Lin-
da Pineau, Michelle Cahill, Linda Rioux,
Geraldine Clarke, Linda Seggelin, Christine
Connelly, Diane Emery, John Sutcliffe,
Sports Editor; Patricia Grandi, Judith
Tassinari, Kathleen Lapham, John Thom-
as, Mary Ellen LaVigne, Nanette Wood,
Ian MacLeod, Rita Zoccolante, Judith
Makela, Donna Malone, Nancy Mangio,
Sharon Monteiro, Rhonda Noyes.
Lydia Weston (Captain)
The Monitor Squad is a service organization that insures that
students move promptly to their classes. The advisor is Mr.
Weeks and the captain is Lydia Weston. Because of the crowded
conditions of the school it is necessary that they enforce the rules
of passing and locker usage. It is true that they have often been
referred to as the "Gestapo," but they do not wish this reputa-
tion to become widespread. By the way, they would like to thank
their victims for not reporting any of the beatings inflicted on
Advisor — Mr. Girouard
Cafeteria monitors help preserve an orderly at-
mosphere in which to eat. Picking up discarded
napkins, clearing tables, and arranging chairs are
among the duties performed by the monitors.
Jill Van Weelden
Health Clinic, Guidance
& Office Workers Voluntary
aids perform various duties
for the Guidance, Admin-
istrative and Health Depart-
ments. Girls offer an hour a
day to help sort college
pamphlets, to arrange stu-
dent program cards in al-
phabetical order, to check
and arrange attendance
cards, to take temperatures,
and to chart weights and
measurements. Running er-
rands, making out passes,
and answering telephone
calls are also a part of the
efficient work performed.
Donna Bam ford
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
This year for the third consecutive year the
Silver Lake Chapter of the Future Farmers of
America State Superior Award, in recognition of
the group's outstanding performance and
The following members were finalists in the
State Judging Contest held at the University of
Massachusetts: Charles Crase — poultry; Henry
Kunkel — milk; Karl Meyer — livestock; Cheryl
Emery — ornamentals; Virginia Watts — live-
stock; Kathleen Vickery — dairy; Thomas Spen-
cer — milk.
Advisor — Mr. Fraser,
Assistant — Mr. Clark
The Debate Club does more than merely en-
courage a competitive spirit in each of its mem-
bers; it also develops a self-confidence that can
come only as a result of experience in off-the-cuff
speaking. The Varsity and Novice team members
who compete in the inter-school debating compe-
tition have an opportunity to express their own
ideas and to back them up with logical reason-
ing and statistic evidence.
The Student Librarians Association is
one of our school's service clubs. Each
member donates his time and services to
the library before and after school, or
during his study periods. This year the
association sponsored its fourth annual
Book Fair. The Fair was held in the
gym balcony. The proceeds from the sale
were used by the association to buy
membership pins and a globe for the
President: Karen Gould
Vice-President: Christina Bezanson
Secretary: Andrea Watson
Treasurer: Sandra Whittaker
The Home Economics Club was formed to pro-
mote interest in the art of homemaking. Under the
guidance and instruction of Mrs. Pratt, the girls pre-
pare menus and coordinate costumes that relate to
each season of the year. This year, the members
made pomander balls as special treat for their an-
nual Christmas party.
President: Martha Cash
Vice-President: Marie Stewart
Secretary: Ann Breindenthal
Treasurer: Mary Ellen LaVigne
FIRST ROW: Andrew Ventura, Dennis Reed, Daniel
Walker, Gary Zahn, Russel Felt, Peter Cobb, Donald
Ethier, Caspar Sciacca, Alan Ventura, Vincent Zoccolante,
Kenneth Pelligrini, George Migre, Bradford Smith, Ken-
neth Miller, William Mark, Richard Fortini. SECOND
ROW: George Wilson, Patricia Wilson, Mary Sciacca, San-
dra MacFarlane, Thomas Trotta, Daniel Willis, David
Willis, Susan Perkins, Maura Weathers, James West, Kar-
en Marvelli, Elizabeth Whitley, Carol Sciacca, Leigh
Creighton, Martha MacFarlane, Fred Capela, Mr. Wal-
lace, David Harrington. THIRD ROW: Mr. Lincoln, Janet
Bunce, Frank Cantelmo, Joseph Costa, John Sciacca, Peter
Glass, Thomas Lampi, Lynn Whitley, Susan Dominy,
Marcia Lane, Lynn Whitney, Charmain Pejhouy, Steven
Triffiletti, Nancy Price.
The accomplishments and success of the 1964-1965
Music Department was mainly due to the enthusi-
astic and energetic leadership of Mr. Irving Wallace.
Selling of picturesque and informative calendars
by members of the band and orchestra was one of
the money-making projects which enabled them to
hold several exchange concerts during the year.
New marching style which was displayed at foot-
ball games and at the Memorial Day Parades in the
four towns was incorporated at Silver Lake.
Praiseworthy performances were presented by the
Music Department beginning with tryouts for
S.E.M.S.B.A. In March a concert was held at the
Arts Festival; in April a Tri-Town Concert by the
combined bands of Silver Lake, Plymouth-Carver,
and Duxbury, was performed for the Convention of
Secondary School Committeemen; in May a concert
for the fourth through sixth grades of the four re-
spective towns was held, and outdoor evening con-
certs were held for the public of the four respective
towns; and finally the Silver Lake Band performed
for the last time of the school year at commence-
ment exercises for the graduating seniors.
Spirit . . . Teamwork . . .
Activity . . . Effort . . En-
thusiasm . . . Practice . . .
Cheerleaders . . . Rivalry . . .
Victory . . .
Truly victorious in all re-
spects — for didn't we beat
our greatest rival Plymouth-
Carver in football !
Although the Silver Lake football
team did not have a winning season,
the boys exhibited great team effort.
The highlight of the season was
Silver Lake's victory over Plymouth-
Carver in their annual Thanksgiving
Day gridiron classic. It was the first
victory for the Lakers over the Blue
Eagles in the history of the schools.
Led by co-captains John Howe
and Dave Springer, the Lakers came
to life in the final two games of the
Special tribute was given to Dave
Springer for being selected All-Scho-
lastic tackle by the Brockton Enter-
prise and the Boston Globe.
JOHN HOWE DAVE SPRINGER
FRONT ROW: Bradford Crothers (Manager), John Recke, Gerald Mor-
risey, Stuart Wingard, Charles Hatch, Paul Wade, Kenneth Smith,
John Grant, George Estes, John Howe (Co-captain), David Springer (Co-
captain), Roland Joubsert, James Benotti, Philip Howard, Peter Carey,
Charles Barnett, Richard Wall, Andrew Binns (Manager). BACK ROW:
Alan Gilbert, Karl Braun, Robert Gassett, Steven Jameson, Robert
Burpee, Brian Stewart, James Darsh, Steven Clark, John Walsh, Mi-
chael Truskowski, Jeffrey Mendell, John O'Brien, Edson Holmes, Ed-
ward Hill, Edward Holmes, Norman Short, Kenneth Lundgren, Leo-
nard Fagan, Dennis Tyson, Edward Semons, Gerald LaCrosse, William
Stanton, Robert Larkin, John Ponte, Norman Worsham, Robert
Springer, Richard Bell, Frank Gunning, Robert Dyson, John Thomas
GO . .
GO . . .
GO . . .
FRONT ROW: Deborah Geilear, Christine Connelly, Sandra Quinn, Patricia Fer-
guson. STANDING: Deborah Woodward, Diane Ellis, Nancy Fitzgerald (captain)
Terrell Burke, Cynthia Cook, Judith Bevis.
Encouraging the teams through victo-
ry and defeat, the cheerleaders support
both the football and basketball teams.
Their efforts result in a unification of
the voices of the spectators. The mem-
bers practice for perfection under the
coaching of Miss Janice Margeson.
FIRST ROW: Anne Spalluzzi, Betty-Jo Nava, Susan Hannigan, Sandra Bevis,
capt. SECOND ROW: Mary Hilson, Maureen O'Meara, Susan Benea, Jayne
Hamilton, Karen Barnes.
Leading the band onto the football field at games and
through the streets of the neighboring towns on holidays,
the majorettes add a feminine touch to the masculine
sport of football.
Sandra Bean, Captain; Linda Braddock, Co-captain;
Sherry Ferrell, Co-captain; Sharon Prouty, Marsha
Batchelder, Nancy Sturtevant, Carol Cadenhead, Evelyn
Angus and Sheila Gallivan.
Sue Benea, Ann Breidenthal, co-captain; Darlene Candini, Maureen Casey, Susan
Clack, Ann Fagan, Marcia Gallivan, Cheryl Gardner, Patricia Grandi, captain;
Jayne Hamilton, Kathy Lapham, Bonnie McLean, Betty-Jo Nava, Constance Ni-
losek, Rhonda Noyas, Sandra O'Brien, Lisa Pimental, Rosamarie Primavara, Lin-
da Ruffini (co-captain), Annette Spalluzzi, Dorothy Stafford, Sandra Thrasher,
Cheryl Titus, Sandra Whittaker, Laural Wingard, Rita Zoccolante.
Group spirit is the key to the success
of the Drill Team. Precision added to
practice produced a team that demon-
strated intricate routines for viewing
pleasure during halftime at football
FIRST ROW: Ronald Pejouhy, Jeffery Mulliken, Leigh Creighton, Gary Hird, Da-
vid Correa. SECOND ROW: Thomas Lampi, James Davidson, Christopher Binns,
Richard Harrison, Norris Whiston.
The world of a cross-country run-
ner is lonely, there are no crowds to
cheer him and the only rewards he
gets are aches, pains and bursting
lungs. Knowing he has done his best
is his only satisfaction.
Silver Lake runners have a right
to be proud this year. Led by cap-
tain James Davidson the team com-
piled a 5-2 record. Other lead run-
ners on the team were Richard For-
tier and next years co-captain Gary
VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY
FRONT ROW: Elaine Brennan, Brenda Everson, Eileen Siemers, Elizabeth Hay,
Ann Giammarco. BACK ROW: Miss Wolejko, Coach; Janet Monk, Mary Lampi,
Deborah HoUman, Barbara Tracy, Donna Shawles, Andra Taube, Gunta Taube.
Practicing and working hard
proved so successful that the girls'
field hockey team placed second in
the Old Colony League. The
coaching of Miss Majorie Wolejko
helped to make Silver Lake proud of
Silver Lake 1 vs. Plymouth 2
Silver Lake vs. Hingham 4
Silver Lake 3 vs. Whitman-Hanson
Silver Lake vs. Rockland 3
Silver Lake vs. Abington 2
Silver Lake 1 vs. Middleboro
Silver Lake 5 vs. Whitman-Hanson
Silver Lake 1 vs. Middleboro
FIRST ROW: Gail Lonergan, Mary Roine, Renee Dandeneau, Rita Solari, Dan-
ielle Gilman, Mary Albino, Kerry McCabe, Kathleen Migre. BACK ROW: Miss
Wolejko, Coach; Susan Nichols, Linda MacLeod, Donna Pederzani, Linda Afien-
ko, Nancy MuUin, Judy Makela, Nadine Cole, Sharyn Wennemer, Sharon Bur-
After starting the season
with seven consecutive victo-
ries, the Silver Lake varsity,
coached by Mr. Girouard,
failed to maintain their pace
and completed the season
with a 5-9 record. Among
the players who demon-
strated outstanding skill this
season were: Ray Flood,
John Howe, Warren Stras-
sel, Keith Caulfield, Peter
Prescott, and Larry Gould.
The ability of the under-
classmen holds great prom-
ise for next year's team.
FRONT ROW: Kevin Hall, Peter Prescott, John Howe, Raymond Flood, Gary Pe-
terson. BACK ROW: George Ekstrom, Lawrence Gould, Lee Alfieri, Warren Stras-
sel, John Mathews, Stephen Withins, Mr. Girouard, coach.
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FRONT ROW: Patrick Mullins, Donald Carvahio, James
Darsch, Phillip Jones, Kenneth Packard. SECOND ROW:
Kenneth McGrath, Roy St. Pierre, Randy Gallo, George
Vining, Mr. McAleer, Coach. THIRD ROW: Steven Jame-
son, James Robare, Wayne Clark, Walter Ferrel, Robert
The J.V. basketball team
compiled a record of 8 wins and
10 losses in a very exciting sea-
son, a season which saw 12 of
the 18 games played by J.V.'s
decided by 5 points or less. The
high light of the season was our
victory over previously undefeat-
ed Middleboro; this was only
their second loss in 69 games,
both at the hands of the Silver
Lake J.V.'s. Outstanding players
on this all sophomore team were
Kenneth Packard, Philip Jones
and James Darsch.
FRONT ROW: Brian Mooney, Glenn Holmes, Kenneth Richards, Roger Ladd,
Donald Reed, Daniel Walker. SECOND ROW: Corey Powers, Robert Winter,
Daniel Lansing, Thomas Regan, Donald Bostrom, Peter Howard. THIRD ROW:
Manager Edmund Dumbrowski, Edward Cole, Jeffrey Rice, Donald Sheehan,
Manager, Phillip Nabdozz; Mr. Spinelli.
FIRST ROW: Miss Wolejko, Christine Kemp, Patricia Grandi, co-capt.;
Barbara Tracy, co-capt.; Marsha Lemerise. SECOND ROW: Deborah
Hollman, Carol Estes, Susan Nichols, Linda Creighton, Sandra Ponte,
The girls' basketball team opened their season by
playing a game with the women teachers at the an-
nual Homecoming in December. They then held two
practice scrimmages before playing a league season of
fourteen games. The squads worked hard practicing
everyday after school under the direction of Coach
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FIRST ROW: Miss O'Brien, Gail Lonergan, Elaine Brennan, co-capt.;
Kerry McCabe, co-capt.; Nadine Cole, Sharon Burgess, manager. SEC-
OND ROW: Lois Staiger, Judith Makela, Linda MacLeod, Donna Peder-
zani, Ann Giammarco, Sharon Prouty, manager.
This year's Girls' Junior Varsity Basketball team compiled
a record which gives great hopes for the success of next year's
varsity. The team, under the direction of Coach Miss
O'Brien, won twelve of its fourteen league games
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FIRST ROW: Gary Hird, James Edwards, Michael Truskowski, Kenmore Lun-
gren, David Correa. SECOND ROW: Richard Bell, James Davidson, Norris Whis-
Indoor Track helps to build the body and to
produce a well-rounded athlete. Silver Lake's 1965
team by their persistence, skill, and rugged perfor-
mance has represented the school at all meets well.
This year's team participated in the Y.M.C.A.
meets, A.A.U. meets, and at the State meets. The
following members have placed in the meets: Ken-
neth Lundgren 4th in 300 yd. run at State Meet;
David Correa in the 50 yd. dash; James Davidson
in the 1000 yd. run; John Grant in the shotput;
Mike Truskowski in the 600 yd. run; and Richard
Barboza in the 300 yd. run.
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LORING STUDIOS BOSTON AND
MR. JOSEPH FORMALS FOR PROMS
PURTAIN CLOTHING CO., MASS.
SILVERLAKE STUDENT COUNCIL
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
CLASS OF "1965"
66 Main St., Kingston
D. W. Bessc, 8A North St., Plymouth
E and J Printing Company
Hendries Ice Cream
Paints and Wallpapers
Compliments of Kingston Aluminum Foundry
Kingston Block Company, Inc.
Maki Construction Company, Inc.
65 Plain St., Pembroke
Paul's Barber Shop
Reardon's Tree and Landscape Service
144 Dwelley St., Pembroke
South Shore Factory Shoe Outlet
Routes 3-139, Hanover
John D. Walsh, Jr., Insurance Agency
Washington St., Routes 3, Pembroke
Al's American Station
Benjamin Lang and Company
Bill's Donut Shop
The Carousel of Hanover
Compliments of Hank's Garage
Hayv^rard's Variety Store
John E. Jordan Company
Kingston News Store
Lelyveld's Stride-Rite Shoe Store
The Old Red Cider Mill
Pembroke Auto Body Shop
Pembroke Motors, Iik.
The Pembroke House
Pilgrim Super Drug
Plymouth Men's Shop
Sears Roebuck Company
The Silver Lake Press
MR. & MRS. ADAIR &
The Adams' Family
MR. & MRS. MARSHALL
ADAMS & FAMILY
Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Adelchi
Leonard K. Albano
Mr. Albert Alberghini
Mr. & Mrs. Mario P. Alfieri
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Allen &
Mr. & Mrs. Carl D. Andersen
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Anderson
Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Angell
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Angelo
Mrs. Frances Angle
Dr. & Mrs. John C. Angley
Hubert A. Angus, Jr.
Mr. Raymond Anti
Mr. & Mrs. Nardo J. Anti
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Armsbee
Mrs. Mabel Arruda
Mr. John L. Atrock
Mrs. I. B. Babbitt, Sr.
Mr. Emmett B. Baker
Mr. H. Baker
Mrs. Kathreen Baker
Mr. & Mrs. David Baker
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Bailey
F. J. Bailey
Mr. Henry Balboni
William C. Baragwanath
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Barbieri
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Barnaby
Mr. & Mrs. Philip S. Barnes
Mr. & Mrs. Souther Barnes
David B. Barrow
Mrs. Ann Barsi
Mr. Arthur Batchelor
Mrs. L. Beausoleil
Mr. & Mrs. Alden Becker &
Mr. & Mrs. Manny Benevides
Mr. & Mrs. Ferdinando Benotti
Mrs. Fortunato Benotti
Mr. Richard Bergeron
Mr. Robert Bergman
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W.
Best Wishes to the Senior Class
Andrew N. Binns
Mary D. Birchmore
Mr. Victor Bissonnette
Mr. & Mrs. Arvo Blom
The Bollivar Family
Mrs. L. D. Bond
Mr. & Mrs. Bonney
Mrs. Irene Borghesani
Mr. Alton Borghesani
David B. Borrdu
Mr. Richard Bosworth
Mr. & Mrs. Adlaid Bouchard
Mrs. Edrie Brackett
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Brackett
Mrs. E. Bradford
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Brassil
Mr. Karl Braun
Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Breen
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph O. Brennan,
Mr. & Mrs. Walter R. Brown &
Reverend Malcolm Brummitt
Louis A. Bryant, Jr.
Mrs. Ann Bryant
Reverend & Mrs. George S.
Mr. Russell Bullock
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Burbank
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Burgess
Mr. & Mrs. Donald O. Burling
Mr. Richard J. Burgess
Mrs. Dolores Burpee
Mr. & Mrs. George Burrows
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Bussolari
Mr. & Mrs. Leo Bussolari
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Caldera,
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Callahan
Dr. Norman R. Cantelmo
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Carlson
Mr. Al Camathan
Mr. Robert Carvalho
Mr. & Mrs. Lester Cash &
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Caton
Mrs. Roland Caul
Mr. & Mrs. John T. Caulfield
Mrs. Pauline Cazale
Mr. Antone Cazale
Mrs. George Chandler
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Chase
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Chase
Mrs. Mary Cherry
Mrs. Anna Chiros
Mr. & Mrs. Edmund R.
Mr. Arthur Clarke
R. A. Clarke
MR. & MRS. ROBERT
COAKLEY & FAMILY
Mr. & Mrs. George Cobb
Mr. Stanley Cobb
Clara P. Coffey
The Colchester Farm
Mrs. Tina Cole
Mr. & Mrs. Roscoe A. Cole, Jr.
Mr. John Connelly
Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm Conner
Mr. Charles Conway
Mrs. Audrey Cook
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Cook
Corinne & Helen
Mr. James Corsi
Mr. John Corsi
Robert W. Coughlin
Mr. & Mrs. Dean Craft
Mr. Richard Cretinon
Mr. & Mrs. Philip S. Cronin
Mr. Burton B. Crosby
Mr. & Mrs. Russell Crosscup
Mr. & Mrs. Jeseph B. Costa
Mr. & Mrs. Robert
Mr. Paul Curran
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Currier
Mr. Vernon Cushman
Mr. William Cushman
Mr. & Mrs. Brendon I.
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Darsch
Mr. Lewis Davenport
Mr. Edmund J. DeArbreu
Mr. & Mrs. Willard
Mrs. Mildred DeLapa
Mr. & Mrs. James W. Dennett
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Devereux
Dick & Kathy
Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Dickie
Lt. & Mrs. John Donovan
Mr. & Mrs. Albert W. Douglas
Mr. Wilfred Doyon
Mr. & Mrs. Matti Drake
MR. & MRS. DRAKE &
Mr. C. Drew
Mr. John Duffy, Jr.
Mrs. Rose Duperre
Mr. John Durgin
The Dutson Family
Mr. & Mrs. C. Gibbs Edsen
Mr. & Mrs. R. Edwards
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Edstrom
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Ellis
Mr. & Mrs. Warren Ellis, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Emond
Mr. Donald Ethier
Mrs. Roger Fabri
Mr. & Mrs. Roger Fabri
Mrs. John Fagan
Mr. William Fairweather
Mr. Ronald Fallon
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Farr
Mr. Edwin Fearing
The J. P. Federicos
The R. A. Federicos
Mrs. Maurice Fernez
Mr. Joseph Ferriera
MR. & MRS. NELSON M.
FERRELL & FAMILY
Mrs. Muriel Ferrell
Mr. & Mrs. Carl Fest
Mr. & Mrs. John G. Fitzgerald
Mrs. William Flint
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fogg
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Fontes
Mr. Arthur Forcier
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Ford
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Forni
155 Main St., Kingston
Mr. & Mrs. Warren Foster &
Fred & Sharon
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Freitas
Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Furtado
Mrs. Charles Fuller
Mr. & Mrs. James Fusco
Mr. & Mrs. Gerard G. Galassi
Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. Galletti
MR. & MRS. HENRY
Primo Garuti, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Orsean Gassett
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Gauley
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gauley
Mr. & Mrs. David Gavigan
MR. & MRS. FRANK L.
MR. & MRS. GERSTEL &
Mr. Willard Gifford
Mill Hildegarde Gillls
Mill Danielle Gilman
Mr. James Girouard
Mrs. Norma Gilmartin
Mr. & Mrs. Asa W. Glass, Jr.
Mr. Joseph Glass
Mr. Louis Glass
Miss Patricia Goldmann
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Goode
Mrs. Dorothy Goslin
The Goslin Family
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Govoni
Harold L. Gould, Jr.
Mr. James P. Graham
Claire P. Grandi
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Greece
Mr. & Mrs. William Gregory
Mrs. E. L. Grover
Margaret I. Guglio
Mr. Robert L. Gully
Mrs. Franklin J. Gunning
Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin D. Hall
Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Hall
Mr. & Mrs. William Halunen
Mr. & Mrs. Howard M. Hanelt
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Hanrahan
George K. Harmon
Mrs. Patrick Harrington
Mr. & Mrs. Harrison
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Hasson
Mr. B. R. Hathaway
MR. & MRS. HAY &
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Hayford
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Hayward,
Mrs. John S. Heath
Mr. William O. Heath
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Heath
Mr. John S. Heath
Mr. Charles H. Hentschel
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Herget
Mrs. Fred A. Hird, Jr.
Mr. Aaron Hirshon
Mr. Haron Hirshon
Mr. & Mrs. Walter E. Hilson
Marguerite E. Holand
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Holden
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Hollman
Mr. Albion Holmes
Mr. & Mrs. Russell Holmes
Virginia & Darius Horton
Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. Howe
Mr. & Mrs. James Hughes, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Hughes
Mr. Donald Hunt
Mr. Gerard Hurley
Mr. Charles Huston
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Inman
Joanne & Jimmy
John & Lesta
John & Ruth
Mr. Roger Johnston
Mr. Phillip Jones
Mr. & Mrs. Arsene Joubert
Miss Cheryl Joubert
Mr. Warren Joubert
Mr. & Mrs. Charles & Mary
Mr. Ronald Kaiser
Karen & Paul
Karen & Steven
Mr. George Kasparian
Clyde Keene, Jr.
Keith & Cindy
Mr. Clinton T. Keith
Mr. Robert Keith
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kelleher
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Kelly
Mr. P. Brooks Kelly
Mrs. Peter Kelley
Mrs. Thomas Kelley
Kenny & Debbie
Mrs. Margaret Kilroy
Donna Mae King
Mr. Tei King
Capt. & Mrs. William F.
Mr. Kenneth Kite
Mr. & Mrs. Warren Kriegel
Mr. & Mrs. John F.
Paul D. Landry
Mrs. Ralph M. Landry
The LaF ranee's
Mr. & Mrs. James Laing
Mr. & Mrs. T. W. Lampi
Mr. Lary Lante
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Lanzilotta
The F. Lanzilotta's
Mr. & Mrs. J. Lanzilotta
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lanzilotta
Mr. & Mrs. A. E. LaRoche
Mr. Anselmo Laurenti
Joseph F. LaVigne
Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Leighton
Mr. & Mrs. James Leonard
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Leadbetter
Mrs. V. LeMotte
Mrs. Arnold Lindquist
Liz & Dennis
Lawrence D. Lombardi
Mr. Albert Longo
MR. & MRS. ALF LOOTZ
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lopes
Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Loring
Mrs. Helen B. Loring
Mr. Daniel L. Lowe
Mr. & Mrs. Gabriel Luiz
Mr. Frank R. Luongo
The Lynch Family
Mrs. Jean Maarschalk
Mr. & Mrs. William MacPhail
Miss Anna MacRae
Mr. William Madden
Mr. Henry Malaguti
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Malaguti
Miss Barbara Mallonee
Edward F. Malone
Reverend Lloyd Marble
Mr. William Markee
Mr. & Mrs. Antone Martin
Mr. & Mrs. Earl Martin
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Martin
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin D. Mason
Mr. & Mrs. Alton Matlnzi
Mr. & Mrs. Russell P. McAdams
A. Donald McAleer
Mr. Paul McAuliffe
Mr. & Mrs. Richard McAuliffe
Mr. Kevin McCabe
Mr. John McCarthy
Mr. & Mrs. Charles McCarthy
Mr. Cameron McClellan
Mrs. Lloyd McClelland
Mrs. Jean H. McCulloch
Robert J. McDonagh
Mrs. Mary McGrath
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest McGrath
Mr. & Mrs. Henry McKay
Mr. Bernard McLaughlin, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Roy L. McLean
Miss Ann McPhee
Miss Ann McRell
Mr. J. S. Mendenhall
Mr. & Mrs. Albert C. Merade
Mr. & Mrs. A. Merritt
Mr. Gene Merry
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Merry
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Metz
Mrs. Joseph Metzger
Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Meyer
Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. Miles
Mr. George Miller
The E. Millers
Mr. & Mrs. Carl V. Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Miller
Mr. Allan Minelli
Mr. John Minelli
Mr. Frederick Mineo
James A. Minturn
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Mitchell
Mr. & Mrs. Irving Mix, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Mizioch
Mr. Louis J. Montali
MR. & MRS. NICHOLAS
MONTEIRO & FAMILY
John J. Moore
Mr. Thomas Moore
Mr. Willard Morse
Mr. William R. Morrison
Mr. Thomas Motte
Mr. & Mrs. John Mulley
Mr. Willisim T. Mullin
Mr. Charles Mulllns
Mr. Lois Mulliken
Mr. F. Neiison
Mr. & Mrs. Wilbert Nickerson
Mr. Louis Noguiera
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Nolan
Alfred E. Norton, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Cliff Norrman
Mr. & Mrs. Nummelin
Mr. & Mrs. William Nute
Richard W. O'Brien
Mrs. Marion O'Connor
Mr. Robert L O'Neil
Miss Sara O'Neil
Reverend Leroy Owens
Fr. & Mrs. Kenneth Packard
Mr. & Mrs. Parris
Mrs. Flora L Partin
Mr. & Mrs. Amelio Pasolini
Mr. Jack Patrico
Mrs. Roland Paul
Mr. William Paul
Mrs. Leroy G. Peck
Mr. Russell Pejouhy, Jr.
Miss Blanche Pelletier
Mrs. Edna Pelletier
Mr. & Mrs. Perkins
Mr. Henry Perry
DR. & MRS. GLENN D.
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Perry
Mrs. Meric Pesanelli
Mrs. Merle Peterson
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Peterson
Mrs. Albert T. Pierce
George W. Pierce
Charles Hinckley Pike
Mr. & Mrs. Carl F. Pillsbury,
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Pimental &
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred J. Pimental
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Pimental
Mary Anne Pimental
Mrs. Arthur S. Poirier
MR. & MRS. PAUL E.
Mr. & Mrs. George A. Porter
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Porter
Mr. B. Pratt
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Pratt
Mr. & Mrs. Walter D. Pratt
MR. & MRS. WALTER
Mr. & Mrs. Howard A. Proctor
Mrs. Mildred Prouty
Mr. Charles Randall
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Randall
The W. T. Rankins
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Mr. & Mrs. Everett Reed
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Reid
Mr. Frank Repetto
Mr. C. Revell
Mr. & Mrs. George R. Riddell
Mr. John Rideout
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Rigel
Mr. & Mrs. Rioux
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Roache
Mr. Bill Robare
Mrs. Mary Robare
Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Robins
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Robbins
Linda Lee Robbins
Mrs. Mary Robbins
Mrs. Ruth Roberts
Rocky Nook Greenhouse
Mr. Robert Rodgers
Marie G. Rovatti
Mr. & Mrs. William Ruemker
Mr. & Mrs. Mike Ruffini
Mrs. Robert L. Rumbel
Mr. John Ruprecht
Mr. & Mrs. F. A. Russell
Rusty & Sue
Mr. & Mrs. Ryan
Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Ryan
Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. Ryll
Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Santerre
Mr. & Mrs. Allen D. Sargent
Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Sauer
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Scagliarini
Mr. Joseph Scarzoni
Reverend David Schaffer
Mr. John Schuller
Mrs. F. J. Scheid
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Sciacca
Mr. Gasper Sciacca
Mr. Richard Seggelin
Mr. John Semple
Mr. Lawrence H. Seggelin
Mr. Richard Seggelin
Mr. & Mrs. George D. Sewall
Mr. & Mrs. Enzo Sgarzi
Mr. & Mrs. Heru7 Shaw
Mrs. Harry Shea
Mrs. Margaret A. Sheehan
Mrs. Melvin Shepherd
Mr. & Mrs. Burton J. Shepherd
Mrs. Robert Sherman
Mr. Arthur Silvester
Mr. Paul Skinner
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald A. Slack
Mr. Johm Slumkies
Mr. Bruce Smith
Russell B. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. George Smith
Miss Rita Smith
Mrs. Terry Snift
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Somers
Mrs. Marion Spencer
Mr. John Spinale
Mr. Michael Spinelli
Mr. Maurice Splaine
Mrs. Beatrice Sprague
Miss Priscilla Sprague
Mrs. Edward Stafford
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Staiger
Mr. St. James
Mr. St. Onge
Dr. Carl W. Stegmaier
Mrs. Lucy M. Stein
Mr. Matthew Stevens
Mr. Malcolm Stewart
Mr. & Mrs. O. S. Stewart
E. J. Stuart
Robert St. Jean
E. J. Stuart
Mr. Rodney Stiles
Mrs. Arthur Strassel
Arthur Strassel, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. John Strauser
Mr. Mike Taddio
Mr. Edward Taube
Mr. Roland E. Tangley
Mr. & Mrs. A. Paul Tassinari
William A. Taylor
Theodore Thomas, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Rick Thompson
Mrs. Constance Thrasher
C. L. Tirrell
Raymond Tobias, Jr.
Mrs. Alboni Trotta
Mrs. Ella Trask
Mr. & Mrs. Trimble
Mrs. Clyde Turner
Mr. & Mrs. Eino Ulvila
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Upham
David Valla, Jr.
Joseph E. 'Valla
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Vantangoli
Mr. & Mrs. James VanWeelden
Mrs. Fae Vincent
Guy L. Volpe
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Wade
William Wall, Jr.
Mr. Henry Walsh
Miss Carol Walker
Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Warwick
Mr. Charles Waterman
Mr. Thomas Weathers
Mrs. Edna Webb
Anna S. Webber
Mr. & Mrs. Wallace A. Weeks
Mr. Harold Weston
Mr. Bernard Watts
John E. Whebble
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Wheeler
Mr. Chris White
Elmont C. White
Mr. Edward Whitely
Mrs. Florence Whitely
Mrs. Gordon Wiksten
Mrs. Patrick Willette
Hans & Fritz Wilson
Mrs. Edward Winslow
Mr. Lewis Wood
Mr. Joseph Woznik
Mr. & Mrs. Earl Wright
Mrs. Bernard Wrightington
Mr. Frank Yager
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Yanne
J. C. Youngblood
Mr. & Mrs. Earl Zahn
Mr. & Mrs. Lester Zahn
Mrs. Florence Zinsius
Mr. & Mrs. Robert N. Zinsius
Silver Lake Regional i
Kingston, iVIA 02364
Silver Lake Regional High
School is in the heart of the
producing region . . . This
industry provides employ-
ment for many of the citi-
zens of Halifax, Kingston,
Pembroke, and Plympton,
the towns comprising the
Silver Lake district . . .
By using cranberries as a
theme, we intended to
link our yearbook to this
sp>ecific region ... As you
have passed through the
pages of this annual, we
believe you have gained
insight into the southeast-
em New England area and
one of its local high schools,
specifically Silver Lake . . .
We sincerely hope that you
enjoyed your journey.
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